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Open Space- 
All A Matter 
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Established 1886 



VOL 102— NO. 24 



ANTIOCH, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 1988 



TWO SECTIONS— 48 PAGES 



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1 If ire departments battle fire 
that totals Diemer warehouse 



by GLORIA DAVIS 

The Antioch Fire Dept. was called to 
a fire at the old Grass Lake Lumber 
Co., on Grass Lake Rd. at 4:27 a.m. on 
Monday. 

A warehouse owned by Diemer 
Plumbing, located in back of the main 
building, was involved in flames when 
the firemen arrived. 

In all, IT fire departments, 50 
firemen, fought the blaze which was 
extinguished within an hour. The last 
' fire truck left the scene at about 8:45 
a.m., reported Antioch Dep. Fire Chief 
Dennis Volling. 

The fire began to spread to a closeby 
warehouse also owned by Diemer, but 
was quickly put out by the firemen at 
the scene. 

The cause of the fire is still under 
investigation and damages are 
estimated at $200,000, according to 
Volling. 

Haling, last 
of rare breed 
dead at 82 

One of Antioch's oldest, and most 
popular citizens, Charlie Haling is 
dead at 82. 

When "Haling took over his fathers 
resort on Grass Lake Rd. as a young 
man, over 60 years ago, he became 
Antioch's "Mr. Outdoors." 

He loved and knew just about 
everything that was to be known about 
hunting and fishing, especially in the 
Antioch area. He belonged to almost 
all the local organizations at one time 
or other. 

"He was a rare breed that had tons 
of friends. I never heard him speak ill 
of anyone," says Bill Brook, revealing 
Charlie's love for people as well as 
animals. 

Brook was just one of many old 
friends that could sit and listen to 
Charlie's stories for hours. Echoing 
most of those who knew Charlie, 

Brook said, "I'll miss him."And so we 
will! 



This week's index 



Business* 13-15 

Classified 30-35 

Editorial/ Opinion • ••••••• 1 0-1 1 

•ports •••••••• ••19-22 

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KpJft^ Wttkfnd 

Father's Day 
Stction""" "Weekend 6-7 




Home building frenzy continues 

Roofers clamber about roof of new home as building boom 
continues throughout many parts of Lake County. Residential 
construction is altering both face of landscape, and opinions 
of citizens, giving rise to open space movement that 
threatens future growth and development. Will boom petei 



out? Eventually, perhaps, but light now demand is high. 
mortgage money is plentiful and mteiest .ates aie 
favorable. Only diminishing factor is buildable land. See 
inside for survey on construction thiouqhoul 
Lakeland.— Photo by Mike Jordan 




Fields put on probation 
on contribution flub 



Charles Holing 



County Board Chairman Jim Fields 
-nd board member, Fred Popp ap- 
peared in front of the state board of 
elections in Chicago on charges filed by 
Antioch Atty. Robert Long. 

Long charged Fields and Popp with 
not reporting election contributions 

amounting to over $500 before the 
primary election. 

The contributions Long is referring to 
are the costs of the printed en- 
dorsement of both by Antioch Mayor 
Ray Toft, sent out just before the 
primary election. 

According to Fields the total cost of 
the endorsements was just over $1,000. 

Fields told the board that he had a 
new treasurer and they did not know 
the total cost of mailing of the en- 



dorsement until after the deadline. 
Records show that the printing and 
mailing bill was paid after the primary 
election. 

The election board put Fields on 
probation for a year. "This means 1 
can't be late in filing my contributions 
this August before the November 
election," said Fields. 

Popp lost to Suzie Schmidt in the 
primary so he will not be running for 
the Lake County Board in November. 

Moose Women 
elect off icers 

See Page 5 




Lakeland COUNTY NEWS 



Children can get free shots at clinic MiiSeilW ge 




The Lake County 
Health Department of- 
fers free immunization 
clinics for Lake County 
children. 

Childhood im- 

munizations clinics will 
be held at the following 
locations and times. A 
parent or guardian must 
accompany all children: 
Lake County Dept. 
Belvidere Medical 
Building 2400 Belvidere 
Rd., Waukegan every 
Monday and Thurday, 1 
to- 2:45 p.m., no ap- 
pointmernt is necessary. 
St. Peter's Church Hall, 
557 Lake Street, Antioch, 
Wednesday, June 15, 9 to 
11 a.m. No appointment 
is necessary. Lake 
County Health Dept. 
Northeast Satellite 1819 
27th Street, Zion, Friday, 
June 17, 9 to 11 a.m. No 
appointment is 

necessary. Wauconda 
Twp. Rte. 12 & Bonner 
Rd., Wauconda, Wed- 
nesday, June 22, 9-11 a.m. 
No appointment is 
necessary. Immaculate 
Conception School 770 
Deerfield Rd., Highland 
Park, Friday, June 24, 9 
to 11 a.m. No ap- 
pointment necessary. 

At the immunization 
sessions, children can be 
immunized against polio, 
diphtheria, tetanus 
(D.P.T.), measles, 
mumps, and rubella or 
German Measles. 

Parents are asked to 



bring their children's 
past immunization 
records. If a child has an 
immunization letter from 
the school nurse, it 
should also be brought to 
the session. 



For further in- 
formation on the im- 
munization program, call 
the Lake County Health 
Department, Com- 
municable Disease 
Program, (312) 360-6761. 



Lake County Museum 
received an Institute of 
Museum Services 
General Operating grant 
of$15.4()4. 

These prestigious 
grants are the most 



sought after federal 
museum awards because 
they provide virtually 
unrestricted direct 
support for all types of 
museum activities. 
The general operating 



grant 

grant funds will be used 
to improve collection 
management activities. 

The Lake County 
Museum is located in the 
Lakewood Forest 
Preserve on Rte. 17(>. 



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QUESTION: I am wondering whether I might have a cataract. What are 
some of the signs of cataract? 

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that you have a cataract. 

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Friday, June 10. 1966 



Lakeland COUNTY NEWS 



Marriage 





J.fom. W. toril, M<H.nry. and 
Arl.ns J. Dunk ■!, Waucondo. 

Oovld M. iuth and Patricia L. Sl.dllk. 
Zlon. 

Ala|andro Colon, Waukogan, and 
Daborah It. Martin. Daorflold. 

Rogolio I. Dlat and Karo A. Malnar, 
VornonHIIU. 

David J. Grunt and Mm L. Godfrey, 
Ournaa. t 

Richard V. Jlnhani and Patricia A. 
Hocko, Pork City. 

Thomat G. Jon.i and Darlta I. Jonai. 
Wauhagan. 

Tim P. lotllo and Patricia P. Patar. 
ton, Inglotldo. 

Samu.l H. McOao and Tina M. Smith. 
Wauhagan. 

Oarryl T. Milton. Wauhagan, and 
Cyntonya D. Oaydan. Zlon. 

William M. Powori. Apopha, Flo., 
and Krlitan N. Manilay. libartyvllla. 

Gragory D. Robinton and Lora M. 
Kannay, Wauhagan. 

John ■. Shaggt, Oraot lakot, and 
Audry f. Scharlmpf, North Chicago. 

Jaf fray A. lurplto. f umoi. Wltc., and 
Tammy I. Von, Wauhagan. 

■obart J. Arndt, lot Angalat. Calif., 
and Kothryn S. Morthall, Wouhagan. 

Jaffray S. Campbell, Ink a Foratt. 
and ParnoM A. Zownt, Rlvar Orova. 

David L. DaRocha. Foi Rlvar Grova. 
and Cathar Ina T. Powart. tarring! on. 

Jaffary 0. fain and Rohnda I. 
Grubar. Round Laha. 

Staphan L. Harchanbach and Carola 
A. Plcharlng. Gogat Laha. 

Richard J. McAllittor and lauro 
Rodrlguat. Wauhagan. 

Mlchaal H. Nalton and Marilyn S. 
Morthall. VarnonHIIU. 

John B. O'Connor. Watchattar, and 
Kathleen Schaiblar, libartyvllla. 

Laonord J. Patrutka and Mary I. 
Roathar, Round laha Parh. 

Steven J. Sihmallng and Sutan R. 
Bukoll.ProlrloVlow. 

Frank J. Sardar and Jill A. Boardtloy, 
Waukogan. 

Waltar J. Ziball ond Robin A. Pecora. 
Waucondo. 

Donald W. Adamt, Zlon. ond Audry 
N. Juppa, Waukogan. » 

Julio C. Cambranot ond Matilda 
Carcamo, Waukegan. 

Anthony J. Gucciardo. Waukogan, 
and Jana M. Wllllomt. Zlon. 

Stophon A. Hovorka ond Altiton I. 
Kalota, I viand Loka. 

Wlllia I. Jachton. Groat lahat, and 
Ronota I. Hotchor. Clavaland. Ohio. 

David R. Katreln, Grand Rldga. and 
Brando A. Witliamt, Gurnao. 

Roborl J. Trial, Portland. Or©., and 
Itthar M.Mclnlyro, Gurnoo. 

Ronald G. Ylngar, Jr.. ond Sandra M. 
Kiddall. VarnonHIIU. 

Stavan C. Yora ond Alothaa R. 
Aranti, Waukogan. 

Michaol I. Andorton, Buffalo Grovo, 
ond Joanna M. Hangatora. Waukogan. 

Millard Brown, Jr., and Carmala J. 
Brown. North Chicago. 

Adam Compot. Varnon Hillt, and 
Magdalana M. Gutiorrot . Mundalain. 

Manuel Dorantat-Saldana and Rota 
D. Torrat. Waukogan. 

Frank R. Dvorak and Cynthia M. 
Dunn. Round laka. 

Mork G. Hanlay. Oak Brook, ond 
Kathleen A. Boyktrch, Waukogan. 



Future biologists 
can get credit 



Fishing class offered at CLC 



High school students 
with a strong interest in 
biology arc invited to 
carry out research 
projects at the Edward L. 
Hyerson Conservation 
Area in Deerfield this 
summer. Interested 
students will work 
closely with* a 
professional naturalist to 
design a project that fits 
their interests and 



ideas 

the 

deer 



schedule. 

Some project 
are: Studying 
movements of 
throughout the season, 
identifying populations of 
small mammals, or 
censusing birds that nest 
in the woods. Students 
can work alone or with a 
friend. Class credit may 
be available. 



The College of Lake County will offer 
a "Fishing the Lake County Area" 
class, teaching basic principles of 
fishing at its Grayslake campus on 
Saturday, June 11. 

The class will emphasize fishing 
tecniques for the Chain 0' Lakes, Lake 
Geneva and other lakes within an hours 
drive of Lake County. 

Topics covered will include equip- 
ment selection, tying and casting 
techniques, structure fishing, iden- 
tifying the catch, catch and release 
fishing, filleting techniques and cooking 
ideas. Students will also be given maps 
for their future use. 



The class is part of CLC's Adult 
Continuing Education, will meet from 9 
a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost is $30 per person. 

For further information and 
registration, cal (312) 223-3616. 



Home food program 

The Mount St. Joseph Home on Rte. 
12 between Wauconda and Lake Zurich 
is participating in the Food Distribution 
Program and has established the policy 
of providing food to all eligible persons 
who are in need. For more information 
call Sr. Bernardine Kauffman at 
(312)438-5050. 



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It is a problem that all parents 
would like to keep from their 
doorstep. And yet the sad reality 
shows alcohol and drug abuse 
now affecting 15% of our 12 to 18 
year olds. 

The disease of addiction can 
destroy a young person's health, 
home-life, and emotional well- 
being. 

And that's why Victory Hospital 
has established a new Adolescent 
Chemical Dependency Unit. 

Victory's medically supervised 
program helps the adolescent in 
an home-like environment, while 
stressing family involvement. 
Highly trained physicians, addic- 
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manage the rehabilitation pro- 
cess, guiding the teen on the road 
to recovery. 

If you or a loved one needs 
assistance or information concer- 
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abuse, call the Victory Adolescent 
Chemical Dependency team at 
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Lakeland Newspapers 3 






Mobile health 
center visits 



Lake County Health 
Dept. Mobile Health 
Service, supported by the 
participating townships, 
will be at the following 
locations. 

Lake County Health 
Dept., Northeast 
Satellite, 1819 27th St., 
Zion, from 9 a.m. to noon 
on Tuesdays, June 14 and 
28, with no charge to 
senior citizens. 

Vernon Twp. Building, 
23450 North Main St., 
Prairie View, from 5 to 8 
p.m. on Monday, June20. 

Jewett Park Com- 
munity Center (spon- 
sored by west Deerfield 
Twp), 836 Petersen 
Lane, Deerfield, from 9 
to noon on Tuesday, June 

21. 

Available services 
consist of a physician for. 
diagnosis and treatment 
of medical problems and 
Contact Churchill 

To contact 62nd 
District state Rep. 
Robert Churchill, write 
him at 976 Hillside St.. 
Antioch 60002. 



school and sports 
physical examinations. 
Blood pressure testing 
and health counseling by 
a registered nurse are 
also available. Township 
residents unable to pay, 
for those services 
requiring a fee should 
contact their township 
supervisor. 

The Mobile Health 
Service provides 
primary medical care to 
township residents at 
various sites throughout 
Lake County, and refers 
individuals to private 
physicians for medical 
conditions requiring 
further treatment. For 
additional information, 
call (312)360-6500 or the 
respective township. 

Permit for ramp 

Better Life Co. has 
been issued a permit by 
the Army. Corps of 
Engineers for con- 
struction of a boat ramp 
and seaweall in a channel 
adjacent to Pistakee 
Lake in Fox Lake. 



Parks are 
her major 
in college 

Julie Anne Moore, a 
1984 graduate of Rich- 
mond-Burton High 
School, graduated 
summa cum laude from 
Western Illinois 

University, Macomb, 
with a bachelor of 
science degree in 
recreation and park 
administration. 

While at Western, she 
was a member of Rho Phi 
Lambda campus 

recreation fraternity. Phi 
Kappa Phi honor society 
and the Illinois Parks and 
Recreation Assn., served 
as president of Western's 
Park and Recreation 
Society, was chosen as 
the top scholar in the 
College of Health, 
Physical Education and 
Recreation, was on the 
National Dean's List. 

She is the daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Moore of 
Spring Grove and the 
granddaughter of Helen 
Even, Fox Lake, and 
Mary Moore, Ingleside. 



Charge three with 
drugs, fireworks 



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Assisting in the arrests 
were the Lake County 
Metropolitan En- 
forcement Group, the 
Federal Bureau of 
Alcohol, Tobacco and 
Firearms and the Lake 
County Sheriffs Dept. 
The investigation into the 
drug dealings began in 
April. 

Fireworks valued in 
excess of $50,000 were 
seized in Lake Villa Twp. 



last week as part of a 
drug investigation in 
which three men have 
been arrested. 

Some of the fireworks 
were found at the home of 
Donald Norton. 29. of 5209 
Oak Hill Colony in Fox 
Lake, who started the 
investigation when he 
tried to sell 100 grams of 
PCP to an undercover 
agent for $8,000. Another 
2,000 pounds of fireworks 



were found at the home ol 
James P. Rueter, 40, of 
36954 Bernice Ave., in 
Venetian Village. A third 
accomplice was William 
Wrobel, 40, of 36704 
Stanton Rd., Fox Lake. 

All three have been 
charged with the illegal 
possession of fireworks. 
Norton faces addional 
charges for attempt to 
deliver a controlled 
substance. 



Schools join in drug program 



Several school districts 
and schools have chosen 
to participate in the new 
Growing up Well 
curriculum, through the 
Lake County In-Touch 
substance abuse 

prevention program. It is 
co-sponsored by the Lake 
County Health Dept. 
Substance Abuse 
Program and the Nor- 
thern Illinois Council on 
Alcoholism and Sub- 
stance Abuse. 



Included are Dist. 3 
Newport School, Dist. 24 
Millburn School, Dist. 36 
Grass Lake School, Dist. 
37 Gavin School, Dist. 47 
Avon Center, Dist. 56 
Spaulding School, Dist. 70 
Libertyville Schools, 
Dist. 70 Fremont School. 
St. Mary's School in 
Buffalo Grove, and St. 
Peter School in Antioch. 
Training for the 
curriculum will be held 
at the College of Lake 



). County on Monday and 
Tuesday, June 20 and 21. 

Purchase of the 
curriculum was made 
possible by a $10,000 
focus grant to In-Touch 
from the Aetna Life and 
Casualty Co. 

The curriculum uses 
puppets and stories to 
promote self esteem and 
inform children about 
harmful substances in 
their surroundings. 




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WHEN SHOULD YOU CALL A DOCTOR? 

This article is second of a series dealing with commonly encountered first aid 
problems. Proper first aid administration and appropriate physician follow up 
are discussed. Today, tips are given on burns and fever control. . 

Burns: Severity of burns is described by three categories. First degree: redness 
with minor swelling. Second degree: redness, blistering, skin looks wet. Third 
degree: skin white or charred with loss of sensation. 

First aid for first and second degree burns is similar. It consists of application 
of cold compresses or immersion in cold water until pain subsides, followed by 
gentle drying to avoid trauma to the burned area. These measures reduce redness 
and swelling, and relieve discomfort. Physician follow up is necessary for second 
degree burns because of blister peeling and the possibility of infection. 

Third degree burns are severe, with first aid consisting of keeping the person 
flat and warm until a hospital rescue squad arrives for transportation to the 
emergency room. 

Fever Control: Fever control is a chief concern primarily in children under six 
years old. High fevers in this age group can cause seizures. Measures to control 
fever in a child are: acetaminophen (Tylenol) taken orally or by rectal sup- 
positories, undress the child in a cool room, place the child in a partially filled tub 
of luke warm water and sponge for 15 minutes, followed by vigorous drying. 

This process can be repeated as needed. Children with high fevers should be 
seen by a physician. Immediate help should be sought for fevers accompanied by 
seizures, rash, stiff neck, shortness of breath, chest or stomach pain, severe 
headache, prolonged vomiting and diarrhea. 



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Friday. June 10, 1968 



Lakeland Newspapers 



Antioch News-Reporter 



Parks starts 

summer 
activities 

Antioch Parks and Recreation opened 

the pool last weekend for Memorial 

Day. Anyone interested in purchasing a 

)ool pass must do that at the village 

hall. 

Pool Lessons begin Monday, June 
13th. Registration will be taken at the 
pool. 

Applications for the July 4 parade are 
now being distributed at the village 
hall. Anyone can enter. The theme this 
year is centered around the Antioch 
Fire Department, M 75 years of Red Hot 
Service!'* 

.The Parks and Recreation Office is 
also taking applications for Miss An- 
tioch and Little Miss Antioch. For more 
information call Theresa at (312)395- 
2160. 

Tumbling for the summer will be 
Tuesday evenings at 5:30 p.m. or 
Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m. 
Registration is at the Village Hall. 

Summer baton classes will begin 
June 27th, at 10 a.m. Again registration 
will be at the village hall. For more 
information call Theresa at (312)395- 
2160. 




Round and round they go 

Students from Camp Ciayon, ium by Antioch Parks and 
Recreation, play "on playground as area heads into busy 
summer season. There aie still openings in parks' children's 
pioqram for summer. Camp Crayon's full-day summei 



program has many such openings. Summei students also get 
to take advantage of Lion's Club pool undei proper super- 
vision. 



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Women of Moose install new slate of officers 



The Antioch Chapter of the Women of 
the Moose held its 38th installation of 
officers on Saturday, April 23. 

The new board of officers includes, 
Senior Regent Ruth Rynders; Jr. 
Graduate Regent Julie Gajewski; Jr. 
Regent Margie Turner; Chaplain 
Catherine Kloth; Treasurer Rurh 
Gussarson and Recorder Louise 
Gutowski. 

Appointed officers for the new year 
are as follows: Gliide Charlene 
Keenan; Asst. Guide Lily Wagner; 
Sentinal Anita Osborne; Argus Jeanne 
Van Zandt and Musician Louise 1m- 
burgia. 

Committee chairmen are: mem- 
bership, Joyce Anderson; publicity, 
Claire Godfrey; Mooseheart, Tracy 
Nehlsen; library, Betty Pierik; social 
service, Lisa Gutsmeidl; child care. 
Stella Weeks; hospital, Shirley 
Gutowski; Moosehaven, Eva 
Hawryluk. 



Standing committee chairman for the 
year are College of Regents, Andrea 
Smallwood; star recorder, Jerri 
Poison; Academy of Friendship, Gloria 
Carrick and ritual director. Mavis 
Dingsdale. 

Escorts to the officers this year will 
be Pearl Roach, Bea Phillips, Sarah 
Dykstra, Carol Jurgansen, Evelyn 
Albert, pro tern, Jennie Molpentesta. 
Patricia Sterling, Carole Deutsch and 
Alice Mellon. 

Installing officers for the. evening 
were, Chairman and Past Regent 
Theersa Grefkowicz. Installing Regent 
and Collegian Judith Kelly, Chaplain 
and Collegian Mar jorie Hansen, Guide 
and Collegian Dorothy Tralewski and 
Musician Emily Novotny. 

Following the Women of the Moose 
installation, the Loyal Order of Moose 
held their installation of officers. In- 
stalled were Governor Joe Gutowski, 



Jr. Governor Ralph Gussarson, Prelate 
Richard Jorgensen, Treasurer Rick 
Patterson, Admin. Denis Dingsdale. 
Trustee's installed were Dennis 
Coomes, Jim Portalski and Alfred 
Ahrens. 
Also installed were Sargent at Arms 



Guard Max 
Guard Jim 



Sam D'Amore. Inner 
Wintergerst and Outer 
Kaminski. 

Following the double installation, the 
first in Antioch Moose history, dinner 
was served and dancing to the music of 
Clark, followed dinner. 



Golf gals now on their own 



. Blue skies and cool breezes greeted 
the Antioch Womans Golf League on 
May 17. Following golf and lunch, the 
prizes were awarded. Prizes were 
given for low net. 

They were given to Lorrainne 
Blackman. Joan Casey, Dolly Clarke. 
Henrietta Albergo, Alvera Morgan and 



Bunny Thelin. Prizes for high putts 
went to Doloces Abderholden. 
Lorrainne Santi. Lorrainne Hitchon. 
Betty Mentoneand Jan Kennedy. 

President Nancy Zitkus announced 
that beginning May 24. players will play 
for themselves rather than as a team. 



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AARP to elect new officers 

The Antioch Area Chapter 387 of the 
American Assn. of Retired People 
I AARP) will meet at the Antioch Senior 

Library 
open house 

The Antioch Twp. Library will 
celebrate its 00th birthday with an open 
house, from 1 to? p.m.. on Sunday, June 

"Refreshments will be served and 
present and past trustees of the library 
board will be there to greet visitors and 
help, along with the library staff, 



Center on Tuesday, June 14 at 10:30 
a.m. 

President Charles Youlden will 
preside over the business meeting. 
There will be an election of officers for 

the 1988-89 season. Lori Aerne and her 
committee will prepare sandwiches to 
be served at this meeting. There will be 

a selection of ham and cheese, tuna 
salad or egg salad. 

The installation of new officers will 
take place on Tuesday, June 28 at a 
luncheon served at Maravela's 

Restaurant in Fox Lake. Tickets are $5 
each and can be purchased at the next 
meeting. 



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Art competition winners 

In the seventh annual Congressinal Art Competition, sponsored by Cong. Phil 
Crane, second place went to Gary Hammon. left, lor his painting: Angie Riedi won 
a third place for her pastel drawing and Ted Domek received honrable mention for 
his pastel drawing. Absent is first prize winner Kate Stack, whose acrylic painting 
'My Dresser" took first prize. — Photo by Gloria Davis. 

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Friday, June 10. 1988 




Antioch High sees last 
class valedictorian 



hv CAROLYN HAM- Antioch Upper Grade 

MOND School celebrated heir 

SiSSwItei graduation at the 18th 

Graduation activities annual dinner/dance, 

are over at last. There'll Working to the thwjetf 

be no more test anxiety "Wish Upon a Star were 

Notes & News 



Grass Lake warehouse burns 

An early Monday morning fire destroyed warehouse belonging to Diemer 
Plumbing on e of several businesses now operating out of old Grass Lake Lumber 
site According to Antioch Fire Dept.. causes of fire are.still under investigation. 
Damages are estimated at approximately $200,000. — Photo by Gloria Davis. 

Rock concert riles board 



Richmond-Burton C- 
ommunity High School 
Supt. Dr. Hon Erdmann 
has fired off a letter to 
Alpine Valley Music 

Center. It expresses 
displeasure with the 
scheduling of a Monsters 
of Hock concert during 
school hours on Friday, 
May 27. 

Students from area 
high schools regarded the 



concert as an excuse to 
skip school for the day. 
At Richmond-Burton 
those who attended the 
concert were given an 

Honor roll 

Among the University 
of Wisconsin Whitewater 
students from Antioch to 
make the university's 
honor roll are, Susette 
Lengvenis, Matt M- 
cGrain and Todd Podlin. 



unexcused absence. Both 
the Board of Education 
and superintendent said 
the scheduling was 
irresponsible. 

School officials are 
considering further 
sanctions by not allowing 
school bus trips to Alpine 
Valley during the skiing 
season. 



for at least three months, 
anyway. Now, long- 
established traditions 
make way for the new. 
With the advent of a 
weighted-grade system 
at Antioch High School, 
there will be no more 
designation of valedic- 
torian or salutatorian. 
Congratulations to the 
last ACHS Valedictorian 
John Dydo and 
Salutatorian Karen 
Spronk. 

It was a poignant 
moment during the 
graduation ceremonies 
as the entire senior class 
rose in tribute as Rich 
Price, critically injured 
during the Christmas 
break and almost totally 
recovered now, received 
his diploma. 

But some traditions 
never * change. Amidst 
stars and glitter 
everywhere ( bet that was 
fun to clean up), about 
120 eighth graders at the 

To direct 

Prairie 

Scouts 

Barbara Richardson, 
coroner of Lake County, 
has been elected to the 
board of directors of 
Illinois Prairie Girl Scout 
Council. The council 
serves over 18.001) 
members in northwest 
Cook and portions of 
hake Counties. Ms. 
Richardson is vice- 
president of the College 
of Lake County Foun- 
dation and also serves on 
the Lake County United 
Way Board. She resides 
inCiravslake. 



Chairperson Betty Lehn, 
ably assisted by Mary 
Schrey, Charlene 
Jozefiak, Peggy 

Koziorowski, Carol 
Jester, Donna Plonka, 
Sue Glenn, Tcnza Jan- 
dula . and Ken and Lil 
Wisniewski, plus the 
many others who came to 
help decorate. 

Cooperating in 

everyone's plans was the 
weatherman. All the 
parties could be held 
outside; no one's pretty 
dresses got rained on; 
even "picnic day" at 
Antioch Grade School, 
often a perennial rain- 
out, dawned bright and 
beautiful (and hot!). 

Now vacation can 
really begin. It's off to 
the lake, to the great 
open spaces or your 
favorite theme park. 
However, for many of us 
it's life as usual in An- 
tioch trying to keep the 
kids occupied, the lawn 
from burning up and the 
house cool. 

Antioch Parks and 
Recreation Dept. is doing 
its share with summer 
programs for children of 
all ages: 

Child Day Camp for 
children ages three 
through 12 begins on June 
13 and runs from 8 a .m. to 
5 p.m. Monday through 
Friday at the Scout 
House in Williams Park, 
741 Main St. Fees are $50 
weekly (pool pass in- 
cluded) for first child in 
family, $35 for second 
child, and $30 for each 
additional child. A daily 
rate for those requiring 
only occasional daycare 
is " $15, with pool 
privileges for that day. 
For more information. 



call (312)395:2160. 

Parents, are your 
children enrolled in 
swimming lessons yet? 
Session one will start 
Monday, June 13, and run 
through Friday, June 24. 
Registration can only be 
made in person at' the 
Antioch Aqua Center. 
Lesson fees remain at $15 
per session for pool pass 
holders and $25 for non- 
members.. Three two- 
week sessions will be 
offered. For more in- 
formation, call (312)395- 
0339. Pool fees must be 
paid before lessons! 
-Another family 
favorite that is 
guaranteed to keep you 
smiling, if not outright 
laughing, through the 
whole game is ready to 
begin. It's T-ball for boys 
and girls ages five and 
six, a hilarious (for 
spectators) yet serious 
introduction to the world 
of baseball. T-ball will 
run Tuesdays and 
Thursdays for six weeks 
from June 14 through 
July 21 at 10 a.m., 11 a.m. 
and noon. All registrants 
should be at the Little 
League Field at 10 a.m. 
on June 14. Children will 
receive their own T-shirt 
and cap to keep. 
Registration must be 
made through the An- 
tioch Youth Baseball 
Assn. For more in- 
formation, call (312)395- 
7796 or (312)395-2908. 

Don't forget PM&L's 
"Dracula, the Musical?" 
now in its second week. 
Curtain time is 8 p.m. 
Friday. June 10, and 
Saturday, June 11. There 
will be a 2:30 p.m. 
matinee on Sunday, June 
12. For reservations, call 
(312)395-3055. 

Young women! The 
deadline for Miss Antioch 
and Little Miss of 1988 is 
fast approaching on June 
20. Those interested 
should call (312)395-2160 
and set up an ap- 
pointment with Parks 
Dir. Theres Weber to fill 
out an application. 



Richmond may go 
for cater service 




Richmond-Burton C- 
ommunity High School is 
studying the possibility of 
having a caterer handle 
its lunch program next 
year. Various firms are 
being contacted about the 
cost and how the 
program would benefit 
students and the school 
distict. 

School officials feel a 



caterer can provide a 
greater menu selection 
while keeping costs to a 
minimum. One firm 
promised to keep all 
existing employees. 
Some school officials feel 
loss of control over the 
food program does not 
make up for whatever 
other benefits the school 
district might realize. 



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Come Worship Wi*:Im Us 

A Directory Of Antioch Area Churches 



Grocolond Baptist Church, 256 Ida St.. An* 
tioch. III. Sunday School 11:00 a.m.. Morning 
Worship 11:00 a.m., Sunday Evening 7:00 p.m. 
Robert Williams, Pastor. 

First Church of Christ, Scientist & Reading 
Rm., Rte. 173 and Harden , Antioch. Phone 
(312) 395-1196. Sunday School. Sunday Church 
Service 10:30 a.m. Wednesday 8:00 p.m. 

Calvary Baptist Church, 554 Parkway, 
Phone (312) 395-3393. Sunday School. 10 a.m. 
.Sunday Worship 1 1 :00 o.m. and 7 p.m. Pastor, 
'Rev. Lloyd G. Moss. Jr. 

St. Ignatius Episcopal, 983 Main St. Phone 
(312) 3950652. Services 7:30 a.m. Low Mass. 
9:30 a.m. High Mass. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. 

Antioch Evangelical Free Church Tiffany Rd. 
Phone (312) 395-4117. Sunday School 9:30 
i.m.: Sunday Worship, 8:15 a.m. and 10:45 
a.m.: Nursery -Children's Church during mor- 
ning worship: Awana Club, 6:30 p.m. 
Wednesday. 

St. Stephen Lutheran Church, Hillside & Rte. 
59. Phone (312) 395-3359. Sunday Worship, 
8:00, & 10:30 a.m. Church School 9:15 a.m., 
Sunday. Rev. Charles E. Miller, Pastor. 

Christian Life Fellowship Assemblies of 

God Church, 41625 Deep Lake Rd., Antioch. 

IL. Phone (312) 395-8572. Sunday School (all 

ages 9:00 a.m., Sunday Morning worship 



10:00 a.m.. Children's Church 10:00 a.m.. 
Sunday Evening Worship 6:30 p.m.. Wednes- 
day Worship & Chlldrens Program 7:00 p.m.. 
Tues. Women's Fellowship & Bible Study 
9:00-1 1 :30 a.m.Jeff Brussaly. Pastor. 
Faith Evangelical Lutheran. 12/5 Main St.. 
Phone (312) 3951660. Soturdny Worship at 7 00 
p m Sunday Worship 8 GO & 10 30 a.m. Sunday 
School 9 25 a.m. Rev Darald Gruon. Rev. 
Gregory Hermamon. Pastors Christian Day 
School. (312) 395-1664. 

Millburn Congregational United Church of 
Christ, Grass Lake Rd. at Rte. 45. Phone (312) 
356-5237. Sunday service 10:00 o.m. Children's 
program 10:00 a.m. Rev Paul R. Meltzer. 
Pastor 

United Methodist Church Of Antioch, 848 
Main St. Phone (312) 395-1259. Church At Wor- 
ship 8:30 & 10:45 a.m. Study 9:30 o.m. The Rev. 
Darrell O. English. Pastor. 

St. Peter's Church, 557 W. Lake Ave.. An- 
tioch. Phone (312) 3950274. Masses 
•weekdays. 7:15 & 800 a.m. Sunday 6:30. 
8.00: 9 30. 1 1 00 a.m. & 12:15 p.m. Saturday 
5:30 p.m. Pastor. Rev. Father Lawrence 
Hanley. 

Chain Of Lakes Community Bible Church. 

V.F.W. Building: North Ave. Phone (312) 356- 
2090. Sunday Service 9:30 a.m. -6:00 p.m.. 
Nursery Provided: Children's Church during 
morning worship. Pastor Don Sweeting. 




Don Dugon§ke, Director 

This Directory Presented As A Community Service By 

ng Funeral Home of Antioch 



6 Lakeland Newspapers 



Friday, June 10, 1988 



Miller still 
undergoing 
heart tests 

Lt. Tom Fisher has been overseeing 
the police department while Antioch 
Police Chief Charles Miller, who. has 
been on sick leave from the Antioch 
Police Dept. since February, is un- 
dergoing extensive testing for a fluc- 
tuating heartbeat at Victory Memorial 
Hospital. 

The testing is slated to go on for at 
least 12 more weeks. Miller is un- 
dergoing testing as an outpatient. 

Board to 
try one 

more time 

According tothe chief negotiator for 
the Antioch High School Board of 
Educaton in the teacher contract 
negotiations, board member Tom 
Fisher, at a special meeting of the 
board of Sunday, it was the consensus 
of the board that it set up two alter- 
native meeting dates with the teachers' 
negotiating team before resorting to 
hiring a professional negotiator as has 
been proposed. 

Fisher said that a new proposal would 
de drawn up before any meeting with 
the teachers. 










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Picnic ends school year 

It was a beautiful day for a picnic June 2 when the first refreshments and playing games. The annual picnic was one 

through the fourth grades at St. Peter's School in Antioch of the many events closing out the school year for the An- 

went to Lake Villa Twp. Park with their parents and teachers. tioch parochial school. 
Everyone had an enjoyable day in the sun eating, drinking 



Rachel Jennings Antiochs' Junior Miss competition 



Rachel Joanna Jennings, 17, Antioch, 
has been chosen by the Illinois State 
Junior Miss committee to participate in 
the Illinois Junior Miss Competition. 
Jennings, who will be a senior at An- 
tioch High School in the fall, will spend 
10 davs in Bolingbrook, 111., with a host 
family. Aug. 19 through Aug. 28, 
preparing with other contestants for the 
final competition whi;ch will take place 
on Aug. 26 and 27. 

The participating students will be 
judged 15 percent on youth fitness, 15 
percent on poise and appearance, 20 
percent on creative and performing 
arts, 15 percent on scholastic 
achievement, and 35 percent on judges' 
interview. 

The young woman who becomes 
Illinois Junior Miss will be given her 
choice of several four-year college 
scholarships, and will go on to compete 
in the America's Junior Miss com- 
petition in Mobile, Ala. m 

4 i used to go. to the Illinois Junior 
Miss competitions with my mom when I 
was a little girl." Jennings said, "so 
this is like living a dream. I looked at 
the girls on the stage and thought how 
much I would like to be up there. The 
thing that's so great about Junior Miss 
is that it's not a beauty contest. The 
girls are judged on their scholarship 
and their abilities." 
4i As just about everyone who knows 



me is aware, I want to go to the Airforce. 
Academy and eventually become an 
astronaut, but if I don'f make that goal, 
it's good to know that there are other 
ways to try for full scholarships. I like 
being independent, and this is one way 
not to be just independent but to have a 
lot of fun and to learn a lot at the same 
time. I am really excited about it, even 
knowing that I have a lot of work to do 
between now and August, " she added. 

Jenny Bivona, an Antioch friend, is 
helping Jennings correograph a dan- 
cing routine for the event. 

Jennings has been active at the high 
school as a basketball cheerleader, and 
she is looking forward to working on the 
yearbook staff next year. She is a 
member of the National Honor Society, 
student council, and is on the honor roll. 

Annually she works with the Brian 
Piccolo Golf Outing to raise money for 
Sloan-Kettering Cancer Research 
Center, Children's Memorial spina 
bifida department, and other worthwile 

causes. 

Her most memorable experience 
since high school has been going on a 
missionary trip to the mountains of 
Tennessee with the youth of the Faith 
Presbyterian Church in McHenry. She 
has worked at Antioch Pizza and 
recently began work at the Sub-way in 
Antioch. 

"I applied to the Junior Miss program 



as an at-large contestant because there 
is no local Junior Miss program," she 
said. "I think it would really be won- 
derful if there were a local Junior Miss 
program. It would take a lot of 
cooperation-someone to head it up, 
merchants to donate prizes for the 
Antioch Junior Miss who won, a 
building, perhaps the high school, 
where the pageant could be held." 

"But if there were a local program, 
more girls could take part. Even though 
there was no pageant in Antioch this 
year, I am proud of having been named 
the Antioch Junior Miss by the Illinois 
state committee. I guess I'm the first 
one. Maybe some day I can help see to it 
that there are more, "she said. 

Jennings is the daughter of Tom and 
Jo Jennings, Antioch. 




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Last ACHS valedictorian 

Because of new weighted grading to take place next ^^^^^i^ 
Spronk, front center? ari last valedictorian and «""j^ 

vafedictorian and Soronk. salutatorian. during graduation ceremon.es. 



Beth Murray, daughter 
of Prof, and Mrs. Neale 
A. Muray of North Rustic 
Ln., Lake Villa, has 
received the Ursula 
Hemingway Jepson 
Memorial Award at 
Carleton College in 
Northfield, Minn. The 
annual award recognizes 
an outstanding art 
student with the recipient 
selected by the faculty. 
Murray is a junior studio 
art major at the private, 
co-educational college of 
1,700 students located 40 
miles south of Min- 
neapolis-St. Paul. 



Bike-A-Thon 

The Antioch Parks 
Dept. is sponsoring a 
Cystic Fibrosis Bike-A- 
Thon on Saturday, June 
11. Registration is at 8:30 
a.m., bike route to be 
dependent on how many 
people from each 
organization are riding. 
Call parks department to 
let them know how many 
people are riding as soon 
as possible. Rain date is 
following Saturday, June 
18. 



pupils 

On the honor roll of 
Emmons Grade School 
for the fourth quarter of 
1987-88 are: 

Eighth Grade— Jim 
Duetsch, Sandy Durell, 
Craig Gantar, Lesetta 
Morton, Dave Nolte, Ed 
Ruck, Aaron Rupe and 
Tricia Valters. 
Seventh Grade— Erin 
McCallum, Kristin 
Pierson, Amy White and 
Matt Yates. * 
Sixth Grade— Jaime 
Crank and Kelly 
O'Donnell. 



Honor roll student 

Michelle Mitchen of 161 
Timber Ln, Lindenhurst, 
is among students at the 
University of Wisconsin- 
Whitewater named to 
honor roll for the recently 
completed semester of 
the past school year. 
Students must have a 
grade of at least 3.4 on a 
scale of 4.0 for A to earn 
honor rollstatus. 



—LEGAL- 
ASSUMED BUSINESS 
NAME CERTIFICATE 

NAME OF BUSINESS: 
BnckScape 

ADDRESS(ES) WHERE 
BUSINESS IS TO BE. 
CONDUCTED OR TRAN- 
SACTED IN THIS COUNTY: 
577 Anita Ave. Apt. 2N. 
Antioch, I L 60002 
NAME(S) AND POST 
OFFICE OR RESIDENCE 
ADDRESS(ES) OF THE 
PERSON(S) OWNING. 
CONDUCTING OR 

TRANSACTING BUSINESS: 
Petei H. Honigmann. 577 
Anita Ave. Apt. 2N. An- 
tioch. I L 60002 
STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, si 

This is to certify that the 
undersigned intend(s) to 
conduct the above named 
business from the 
location(s) indicated and 
that the true or real full 
name(s) of the person(s) 
owning, conducting or 
transacting the business 
are correct as shown. 
Peter H. Honigmann 
5/9/88 

STATE OF ILLINOIS 
COUNTY OF LAKE, ft 

The foregoing in- 
strument was 
acknowledged before me 
by the person(s) intending 
to conduct the business 
this 5/9/88. 

Sarah L.Ellis 
Deputy County Clerk 
RECEIVED:May9. 1988 
' Linda lanuzi Hess - 
Lake County Clerk 

588C-723-AR 

May 27, 1988 

June 3. 1988 

June 10. 1988 



Lakeland Newspapers 7 



Friday. June 10, 1986 



Free blood checks 
for all adults 



Lake County Healt 
Dept. offers blood 
pressure testing for 
adults at no charge to 
Lake County residents. 

Testing will be held at 
the following times and 
places. No appointment 
is necessary. 

Highwood Public 
Library, 102 Highwood 
Ave., Highwood, Friday, 
June 10 from 1:30 to 4:30 

p.m. 

Illinois Dept. of 
Unemployment Com- 
pensation, 221 N. 
Genesee St., Waukegan, 
Monday, June 13 from 
8:45toi0:30a.m. 

Illinois Dept. of Public 
Aid, 114 S. Genesee St., 
Waukegan, Monday. 
June20,9tolla.m. 

Zion Public Library. 
2400 Gabriel Ave.. 
Thursday, June 23 from 3 
to5p.m. 

Individuals will be 
screened for high blood 
pressure and these with 
elevated blood pressure 
will be referred to a 
physician for medical 



evaluation. Instruction 
for diet, medications and 
other aspects of con- 
trolling blood pressure 
will be offered to persons 
referred by their 
phvsicians. .The risk of 
stroke, heart attack and 
kidney failure is greatly 
reduced when an in- 
dividual's high blood 
pressure is controlled. 
For further information, 
contact the Hypertension 
Program, Lake County 
Health Dept. at (312)360- 
6716. 

Saturday 
nature hike 

Lake County Forest 
Preserve District 
naturalist Terri Donovan 
will visit a number of 
preserves this summer to 
lead Saturday morning 
bird walks and answer 
questions about the 
preserves' natural 

features. 

Docovan will be at 
MacArthur Woods near 
Ubcrtyville on June 11. 



Boy killed when 
truck rams auto 

i#8t SnVwlS SSL «K2i drive 

Kids was killed May 31 by Adan Rios Juarerof 

when the car in which he Mundclem and had one 

was ridinti was struck othcroccupant 

from behind by a truck The accident occured 

carrVi nc " haft. when the truck came out 

ta 5S)JnS VVest, 15. of a .curve on Quentm RcL 

of 21452 W. Oak Trail was and rammed I into the 

nnunced dead at the rear of the Bolger car 

Ke at QuSin Rd. and waiting to make a turn 

Boschome Dr.. southwest onto Boschome Dr. 
of Lake Zurich. He was 



Police issue tickets 

Richmond police issued day engagement drew 

'60 tickets for open liquor thousands from both 

over the Memorial Day sides of the state line, 

weekend, mostly to Drivers and their 

drivers traveling to or passengers were 

from the Monsters of sometimes beligerant 

Rock concert at Alpine when driving through the 

Music Valley. The three- village. Some hurled beer 

bottles and epithets at 

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We have ALL the 
name brands you 
want including 

ARMSTRONG. 
CONGOLEUAA, 
HORIZON, COL- 




sitting in the rear of a car 
driven by Robert Bolger. 
43, of Lake Zurich, ^ess 
and another passenger ta 
the rear seat. J^sec 
Painter.14. had sta$«S 
overnisht with fcfce 
driver's sool ft tflifrm 
Boiaer. 15s. seated m 
front. Tbey w«n? cc sbxr 
way to pick cp aia:tbrr 
vouth ecrcute to a cay's 
outing at Six Flags Grsat 
America- Tfce driver and 
passengers were takes to 
the hospital for treat- 
ment. 
The truck that struck 

the car was carrying 
13.000 pounds of asphalt 
and was owned by 
Wharton Blacktop 



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Antioch Flooring 

"Your Hometown Floor Covering Store 

Stop in to see Dick 
and Mary Ford, 
they have been 
helping you select 
floor covering for 
over 15 years. ^^ SALEM & 

North Ave. ShoppeS Various Ceramic & 

Wood Flooring. 
North Ave. & Mam Street 

470 North Ave.. Antioch. IL 

Tues.-Fri. 10-5 

Saturday 10-2 

Closed Sun. & Mon. 

(312) 395-7808 




BEST FOOT 
FORWARD 

FROM THE OFFICE OF 
DR. PAUL ABLER 

ALIGN AND 
BALANCE? 

Many people take better care of their cars 
than their feet. Uneven tire wear? Wheels 
"pull" to left or right? That's reason enough 
to check alignment and wheel balance. 

But lots of people ignore signals from 
their feet that call for skilled adjusting by a 

I Many S foot problems arise because some 
deviation alters normal patterns of foot per- 
formance. The causes include flat feet, too- 
high arches, or ankle "play" that makes the 
foot roll inward. m 

An orthotic device is the means of ad- 
justing the foot so it can perform correctly 
In the podiatrist's office, a plaster cast of 
the foot is made. Then the device, made of 
cork, rubber or synthetic, is customized in 
shape and size to fit the foot and accomplish 
the needed adjustment. 

Presented in the interest 
of better foot care by 

Paul L. Abler, D.P.M. 



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8 Lokekmd Newspaper* 



41380 N. Highway 83 
Antioch 

(312)395-0627 



tourney 

PBans by the Lin- 
tfenhurst Recreation 
DepL for the 1988 Coca 
C«4a.-Tenn Tennis Series 
are in full swing. 
Registration for the 
ceurrsament will be ac- 
c*c*€d at the Lindenhurst 
Village Hall through 
Saturday. June 11. 

Divisions offered are: 
men's singles, men's 
doubles. women's 
singles, women's doubles 
and mixed doubles. 

The fee for singles is $6 
per person and $8 for 

pairs for doubles 



Fox Lake 
Water Ban 

Fox Lake imposed a 
sprinkling ban this week. 
Effective June 6 and 
continuing until further 
notice, ^sprinkling on 
Mondav and Wednesday 
is limited to those with 
odd-numbered ad- 
dresses. Persons with 
even numbered ad- 
dresses may sprinkle 
onlv on Tuesday and 



police officers writing 
tickets. Police also 
confiscated liquor, in- 
cluding seven cases of 
beer. 

New Moms 
will meet 

For families awaiting 
the arrival of a new 
member or if recently 
had a baby, the next 
Round Lake Area La 
Leche League meeting 
will be an informal 



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ui.ij v». •-"-•v.,. will oe an infon 

Thursday. Sprinkling discussion cenlering 

may be done at any hour. how to th e fj 

No sprinkling « allowed hectjc week / w| h 

on Friday. Saturday or phasis Qn lhe enljre 

Sim u£ -ii -« m nm ; n family as well as timelv 

The ban w, 1 remain in . f £. mother and b ; 

effect until the current ^ meeU W| „ > e 

drought ends. It was Wednesday June 15 al 

.mposed by Supt. Rick 9 . 30 fl m F()r further 

Leber of the Sewer and inrormation and localjon 

Water Dept. to maintain of meetj , ease ca| , 

the level in the city water (3l2)M6 _ 5261 or m2)m . 

system in order to fight 29 - 7 
fires 



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A problem with one system may 
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The DO possesses the same extensive 
education and training as a doctor 
of medicine (MD), but also uses 
body manipulation techniques 
to examine the body's musculo- 
skeletal system. 

A complete osteopathic exam by Dr. 
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Friday. June 10, 1988 




Hart 9 s students present recitial 

Maureen Hart Jennifer Palo, Brian shberger, JanScocchera, 

presented her students in Hood, Brooke Butwick, 

a piano recital on Mon- Rachel Harris, Carolyn 

day, May 16 at the Living Grevers, Jasmine 

Waters Assembly of God Blockinger, Christopher 

Church in Grayslake. Corbett, Tammy Her- 



Linda" Smith, Nicole 
Bonfanti, Michelle 
Nordling, Amy Lyons, 
Barbara Johnson and 
Michael Lyons. 



Students who per- 
formed included Michael 
Matousek, Kelly Ming, 
Trevor Smith, Erin 
Kiepe, Matthew Utley, 
Casey Houghton, Cara 
Schultz, Alice Leafblad, 
Brad Pointer, Samantha 
Hager, Katie Corbett, 
Norak Utley, Valerie 
Mendralla, Amy 

Deichman, Laura 
Mendralla, Amerlia 
Siemsen, Julie Schultz, 
Amy Nevitt, Bill Smith, 
Shannon Cunningham, 



Showing top prize l ^ ru ■ 

Any golfer fortunate enough to score a hole-in-one at the Grayslake Chamber of 
Commerce and Industry golf outing June 15 will drive away in this 1988 Celebr.ty 
Eurosport. Car will be donated by Rockenbach Chevrolet of Grayslake. Annual 
Chamber golf outing, which will include dinner as well, will be at Renwood 
Country Club. Doug Rockenbach of Rockenbach and Pat AAcDonough. president ot 
Grayslake Chamber of Commerce and Industry, admire auto. 




Re-inlists 

Sgt. Alvin W. Usmiller, 
son of Freddie and Emily 
Usmiller of Grayslake, 
has re-inlisted in the U.S. 
Air Force at Offutt Air 
Force Base in Nebraska 
for six years. Usmiller is 
an administration 
specialist with 

Headquarters, Strategic 
Communications Divisi- 
on. He is a 

1979 graduate of 

Grayslake Community 

High School. 



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will be hostesses and a 
pot-luck luncheon will be 
served at 11:30 a.m. The 
program, "Foot Care" 
will be presented by 
Dorothea Koehler and 
Mary Burge. 



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Lakeland EDITORIAL 




i otters To The Editor 



Good idea not so good 



For anti-drug hardliners, there's a 
certain headiness about proposals now 
before Congress to give the armed 
forces more responsibility in the war on 
drugs. In a conflict where society seems 
to be losing more ground every day. it's 
somewhat comforting to feel that there 
is a force of sufficient size and scope to 
go toe to toe with the elaborate and 
world-wide distribution system that 
constitutes the criminal drug element. 

Good as the idea sounds, the hard fact 
is that the military isn't a very effective 
tool against the drug menace. 
Moreover, anti-drug operations by the 
armed* forces have been extremely 
expensive. 

In actuality, the armed forces totally 
are out of sync when it comes to bat- 
tling the human scum spreading drugs 
around our nation. The Air Force 
AW ACS surveillance plane is equipped 
to identify Russian MiG fighters 
traveling L200 knots at 45,000 feet, not a 
small two seater loaded with cocaine 
flying at 180 mph at 500 feet. Generally. 



drug interdiction takes a back seat to 
military training and operations. 
That's the way it has to be. 

Lake County State's Atty. Fred 
Foreman, speaking as the county's 
chief prosecutor and also as the new 
president of the national state's at- 
torney's organization, makes no bones 
in saying that the federal government 
should send money out into the field to 
fight drugs, not soldiers. "We can use 
federal funds at the local level. That's 
where the war against drugs will be 
won." Foreman avowed. 

Considering America's historical 
relucance to have the military act as 
law enforcement officers and the less 
than enthusiastic response on the part 
of Army, Air Force. Navy. Marines and 
Coast Guard to play policeman. 
Congress should reassess the situation 
and drop the whole idea. 

This is the case of an interesting idea 
running aground because of a mountain 
ofimpractiealities. 



Uncaring for emergency 

At 4-30 p.m. on Memorial Day af- 
ternoon, I was returning to my 
Xrban home and traveling on 1-94 m 
Indiana, just east of the Illinois border. 
I witnessed a serious motorcycle ac- 
cident. One of the people involved asked 
me to get an ambulance. A rider was 
lying motionless on the pavement with 
what was obviously a serious head 

injury. 

The first telephone I came to was in 
the Illinois Tollway Oasis, just west of 
the state line. The State Police number 
was posted. I had no change, and asked 
the operator to call the State Police 
number. She asked me for my credit 
card number. I didn't have my card 
with me. I told her that I was trying to 
report a serious and potentially life- 
threatening motorcycle accident. She 
insisted that a charge card or money 
was needed. I left the phone booth and 
secured change. What if I didn't have 
money with me? . 

I finally got through to the Illinois 
State Police and reported the accident. 
The policeman said. "That's in In* 
diana-I can't help you," and abruptly 
hung up. Couldn't he have offered to 

relay the information to the Indiana 

police? . 

I'm verv troubled by the response of 
Illinois Bell and the Illinois State Police 
to what was a serious problem. 
Shouldn't we expect more from these 

agencies? - - _ 

Sue F. Schafer 

Antioch 

Calls for tax increase 

Editor: 

I want to add my support to those 
groups and organizations calling for an 
increase in the state income tax to fund 



education and other important state 
services. 

Illinois operates with a lower income 
tax rate than neighboring states, and 
we haven't had a permanent increase in 
the income tax since its introduction in 
1969. Our property taxes, which are the 
primary source of funding for our local 
schools, were decreased by more than 
$2 billion from 1982-1985 by exemptions, 
not including those exemptions granted 
to senior citizens, veterans and the 
disabled. 

Illinois also has Medicaid payments 
that have not been made, community 
mental health centers that don't have 
the money to operate and other 
examples of the critical need for more 
revenue. 

Illinois has the resources to provide 
for these human needs; in 1985 our state 
ranked ninth in per capita income in the 
United States. However, Illinois ranks 
44th in direct expenditures (as a per- 
cent of personal income) for elemen- 
tary and secondary schools, 44th in per 
capita expenditures for higher 
education and 35th in the percentage of 
our adult population that has a college 
degree. 

If Illinois is to enter the 21st century 
as a strong and thriving state, we must 
invest now in policies and programs 
that encourage economic development 
and job growth by strengthening our 
educational system and the quality of 
life in Illinois. 

We cannot borrow against our future 
any longer. I urge the General 
Assembly to take a strong stand on this 
issue, and vote to support a much 
needed tax increase. 

Kathryn Clay, President 

Woodland Council 

Lake County Federation of Teachers 




Viewpoint 



Lake watching important 



Lake Michigan, our rambunctious 
neighbor to the east, has been con- 
founding experts and just plain folks for 
years with its penchant for varied 
levels. Lake Michigan always seems to 
be either high, or low or in a transition 
and now appears to be on its way 
toward a low cycle having dropped 
more than a foot in the last year after 
record high levels in 1986 and *87. 

With a personality all its own, the 
constant state of wonderment seems to 
suit Lake Michigan fine, the fluc- 
tuations serving to keep human beings 
in a perpetual guessing game. Right 
now scientists are concerned about the 
"greenhouse effecf'-increased carbon 
dioxide in the upper atmosphere that 
blocks heat radiating from the surface 
to space. This would lead to a warmer. 



drier climate than in the past- and 
lower lake levels. If global tem- 
peratures rise, hydrologists believe 
average levels of the Great Lakes could 
drop as much as five feet during the 
next 80 years. Lake Michigan has been 
more fickle than that, though. 

Without a doubt, whether the shores 
are eroding or the beaches are 
widening is important and well worth 
studying. Even more important, 
however, is whether Lake Michigan 
contains enough water for thirsty 
human beings to draw off to supply 
their needs. It won't be long and water 
from the "big lake" will be coursing 
westward to supply inland Lake County 
communities. 

We can't ever take Lake Michigan for 
granted. And even if we tried, she won't 
let us. 



Pay board deserves review 



The Illinois Compensation Review 
Board, created in 1984 to take pay raise 
issues out of the General Assembly, 
may have outlived its usefulness in its 
short existence. It's time to assess the 
future of this non-political unit charged 
with handling very political business. 

State Rep. Bill Peterson (R-Long 
Grove) was among a number of 
legislators who were aghast at the 
board's recommendation for a 9.5 
percent pay increase, to be phased in 
over two years, for the state's con- 
stitutional officers, legislators, judges 
and department heads. At the time, 
Peterson correctly charged the board 
with total disregard for Illinois 

financial needs. 

We think Peterson and like-minded 
collegues acted wisely in voting against 
the recommendations or they, would 
have taken effect within 30 days from 
their release. 

10 Lakeland Newspapers ; 
« * « • i • * 



Illinois legislators haven't been doing 
a very good job of funding specific core 
services, such as education and various 
human services. It was inconceivable 
that the board would recommend pay 
increases. We much prefer the old 
system where the solons had to grapple 
with pay problems. They're getting 
paid to handle the tough decisions. No 
more bureaus are needed to handle the 
hot potatoes. 



Letters Invited 

Letters, to the editor are 
welcome. They should be on 
topics of general interest, 
approximately 250 words or 
less. All letters must be signed, 
and contain home address and 
telephone numbers. The editor 
reserves the right to condense 
all letters. 



Open space- 
just a matter 
of definition 

byBILLSCIIKOEDEH 

"Open space" has become fighting 
words in this locality. Everyone you 
talk to has a favorite definition. You've 
got to know who you're talking to or you 
might end up with a split lip. 

In an effort to promote better com- 
munication and domestic tranquility, 
this column conducted a survey on the 
subject of open space. Our exhaustive 
efforts produced the following 
definitions of open space: 

Children--neat place for a ball game 
or a soccer match. 

Developers-retention ponds and 
parking lots. 

Politicians-something to buy with 
other people's money. 

Real estate brokers-marketable 
commodity. 

Land planner-real-life version of 
Chinese checkers. 

New arrivals-what the old-timers 
left after leaving for Florida 

Old-timers-what was here before the 
new arrivals arrived. 

Farmers--land for growing 
things— like soybeans and strip malls. 

Ecologists-home, where the buffalo 
roam. 

Environmentalists-future forest 
preserves and nature trails. 

Artists-Something to depict on 
canvas. 




Reiailers-more of means less 
customers. 

Astronauts-an area to conquer, not to 
be confused with outer space. 

Village trustees-territory to annex. 

*••***• 

NO FUSS-James "Jim" Mantzoros, 
dean of Lake County journalists, 
celebrated his 79th birthday by putting 
in a full workday— as usual. Jimwas 
too busv covering the news in southwest 
Lake County for Frontier Publishing 
Corp. and Lakeland Newspapers to 
take time to blow out candles on a 
birthday cake. 

News reporting is Jim's third or 
fourth career, depending on' how you 
look at it. While he and his wife were 
raising a family, he made a living as a 
manufacturer's rep. Mantzoros was in 
the restaurant business for a while. 
Then he worked as a 
photographer/news correspondent. 
Jim is mystified as to why his twin 
brother retired several years ago. 

Mantzoros is on a first name basis 
with every elected official in southwest 
Lake County. He outworks competitors 
and colleagues a quarter of his age, 
getting the story first and getting it 
right. Jim is a charter member of the 
news gathering fraternity whose 
membes are on call 24 hours a day, and 
when they're not sleeping, they re 
working. 



Many happy returns, Jim. 




Friday, June 10, 1988 



Lakeland OPINION 



# * * i* * $ $ # # # "■"* * * O'Reilly gets cabin fever 

# Politically speaking • • • • & 

by Joseph Soulak 



Tax increases to lie voted on in the 
November elections are being lined 
up. In Fox Lake there will he at least 
two, one will be a 50-eent addition to 
the current $1.41 per $1,000 tax rate 
by Fox Lake Grade Schools. This will" 
be the third try within one year to 
raise the tax rate. Another chance for 
Fox Lake voters to decide a tax in- 
crease will come from the proposed 
Chain O' Lakes Park Dist. It will ask 
for up to 17 cents per $100 to provide 
additional programs for township 
people of a II ages. 

Still another tax hike shaping up 
Mcllenry where the school board will 
ask for a ISO-cent tax increase to hoost 
the tax.rate from the current $1.32 to 
$1.92 per $100 of equalized assessed 
value. •-■' 



matter. So what is going to happen to 
the 000-plus mothers each year who 
need this care? Can anyone explain the 
legal ramifications and petty jealousies 
of this to them? 



Another grinnell has gotten a job by 
appointment. This one is Wiljiam 
Grinnell of Hiundelein, 32-year-old son 
of the Lake County sheriff, Clinton 
*s:iinr GrinrielL The.younger Grinnell 
was . selected .from* four applicants to * 
succeed -Fremont Twp. • Road .Com- 
missioner Eugene. Wozney when he 
retired June 6. ; " •• 

•Wozney, 66. .has been, with the 
township* for 25 years, the last 12 as 
road commissioner. He was elected- to 
ih'e post three times, the last time in 
April 1985. He said "it's just time' to 

retire/' • , . 

Grinneir.s father got the sheriff s job 
the same way. When Robert "Mickey" 
Babcox died in March, his father, then 
deputy sheriff, became acting sheriff. 
Within a few weeks he was appointed to 
the post by the Lake County Board. 
Last month" the county's Republican 
Central Committee slated him as the 
party candidate in . the November 
election. . ■ " . 

' If you haven't heard of Grant B. 
Farrcll you might one of these days: If 
you attend a village board, township pr 
some other civic meeting you might see . 
him, too. The.Antioch resident is cun- 
ning for the post 6f 62nd Dist. state 
representative held by' Robert Chur- 
chill ( R-Lake Villa ) . The district covers 
the north one-third of the county .from 
the McHenry County line to Lake. 
Michigan. rf f 

Farrcll. who has taken off from his 
job as the vice president of a Zion 
plumbing firm, is attending every 
possible public meeting he can find. He 
said his wife, a member of the Baxter 
International management team at the 
Deerfield office, is supporting the 
couple. • Farrcll promises to be a full- 
time official is elected on the 
. Democratic ticket, not a practicing 
attorney, like his opponent, he said. 



There were a few laughs at the Lake 
County Republic Federation dinner 
held late last month at the Holiday Inn- 
Mundelein. Many of them were 
provided by the guest speaker, 
Congressman Lynn Martin (R- 
Rockford), who is co-chairman of 
George Bush's presidential Bid. 

Martin recalled that when she was 
growing up in Chicago's 41st Ward 
everyone was defined by ward and 
parish. "That was when no Republicans 
were allowed in Cook County after 6 
p.m.," she recalled. 

."My aunt was active in politics, 

Martin said of her political upbringing. 

•'"She voted in every election. And she's 

still' doing it, although she has been 

' gone 20 years, God bless her soul." 




waiting for election 

After being out of the political 
limelight for one year, Roberta 
"Bobbie" O'Reilly is itching to get back 
to where the action is. That will take a 
few months. Right now she is resting on 
the laurels of her March Republican 
primary victory. That is when the 
former Buffalo Grove trustee of eight 
years teamed up with C. Richard An- 
derson, a 12-year County Board 
representative, to win a resounding 
victory in Dist. 6 consisting of 
Wauconda, Fremont, Cuba and Ela 
townships. They unseated Jerry Beyer, 
an eight year county board veteran, 
and his running mate, Cuba Twp. 
Supervisor Wayne Miller for the GOP 
nomination. 

"I went through the blood and guts of 
the primary, really working hard," 
O'Reillv said. "Now, for six months I'm 
sort of in limbo, like I don't belong 
anywhere," she said of going to board 
meetings, but not having a voice or a 
forum. It is a foregone conclusion she 
and Anderson will be formally elected 
in the November election, considering 
Lake County Republican dominance. 
Until then O'Reilly is helping her 

husband, William "Bill" O'Reilly, a 

food broker, and "being a mother" to 

the couple's two sons, ages 14 and 16. "I 

can hardly wait to get back into 

politics," said the former eight-year 

Buffalo Grove trustee, who has been out 

of office one vear. "I love it, crazy as it 







Roberto "Bobbie" O'Reilly 



is. 



O'Reilly said she has already 
received a warm reception from the 



open space bloc of the County Board led 
by F.T. "Mike" Graham. "Anderson 
and I ran on the platform of open space, 
controlled growth, quality of life and 
protection of the environment," 
O'Reilly said. "Those are buzz words of 
the '80s, especially in Lake County. If 
we don't safeguard all of this now, 
tomorrow may be too late. Although 
Graham and I are totally different 
people, when it comes to these things 
we think the same." Now, the woman 
who moved from Buffalo Grove to Long 
Grove about one year ago when she left 
local office, can hardly wait to practice 
what she preaches in a county-wide 
forum. 



Robert 'Mickey 1 Babcox 



Illinois Sect, of State Jim Edgar has 
sent ' belated sentiments to Arden 
Babcox. wife of the late Lake County 
sheriff. Robert '•Mickey" Babcox. "I 
wis out of the country at the time.*' 
Edgar told Babcox' wife. He also told 
her something else that warmed her 
heart. 

"After I was elected, at the same 
time Mickey was re-elected, I paid a 
visit to Lake County/' Edgar 
recalled. M l remember how he came 
up to me, put his big arm around my 
shoulder and said, 'Don't worry. We'll 
take care of you up here.' And the 
people up here always have," the 
amiable state office holder said about 
the many firends he has in this 
county. 



Flag waves for Edgar, 
but not everyone agrees 

he shows up in Lake County next week, door open. He was here for the Lake 

He wUbeTeed roasted and toasted at County Republcian Federation dinner 

a $50 -wr-person fund raiser on Mon- in late May and missed another 

day Juneau will be at Maravella's scheduled program just so he could be 

r^fniirnntinlnaleside introduced to say a few words 

HunoSs of party faithful are Some representatives of the Fox Lake 

scheduled to show up for one of the Village Board will be at the dinner, but 



higher priced programs the GOP has 
scheduled this spring and summer. 
Reason for the good turnout to honor 



not willingly. The board this week 
agreed, with one dissenting vote, to 
cancel a regularly-scheduled meeting 



H ake County-adopted southern for the same time. Trustee Margaret 

lhnofe native is to hear and see the Paull, who said "no " said i is not in 

man ha" could be the next governor of good taste to cancel a meeting for a 

illinos Secretary of state since 1983, he political fund-raising dinner 

harbors gubernatorial ambitions. Lake The meeting w.ll be held the following 

Countv ReXblicans have joined night, Flag Day, at 7:30 p.m. Most o 

Democrats fnbecomTng disenchanted flag raising and waving of course^ will 

with Gov Vmiam Thompson, who has have been done the night before Those 

Served longer than any governor in who wish to attend may reserve tickets 

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Help for mothers in need of pre-natal 
care won't return soon. The Lake 
County Medical Society continues to 
thwart efforts of the Lake County 
Health Dcpt. to restore a program 
discontinued in January. The demise 
was blamed on staffing as well as 

funding. '-. 

Several meetings between the two 
bodies since that time aimed at a 
compromise have been almost com- 
plete time wasters. The one thing they 
proved is that doctors are more 
powerful than lawyers. This happened 
when prospective doctors were denied 
the privilege of seeing their patient 
through full term at such hospitals as 
St. Therese in Waukegan. The hospital 
was supported by the medical society, 
which says a physican must he in 
private practice in order todo this. 

The Medical Society came up with 
another roadblock. It claims by 
working with the Health Dept. to get the 
pre-natal clinic back on its feet the 
profession is becoming too intimately 
involved. Ilippocratic oath or not, uie 
Medical Society is ba cking off this 

Friday, June 10. 1966 



Lake Villa Twp. officials hae decided 
not to take the case of the Locked Out 
Township Road Commissioner to court. 
They have decided it will cost too much 
to resolve what time will do when Supv. 
Dorothy Thompson retires at the end of 
this year. 

Road Commissioner James Sem- 
merling has been without a key to the 
township hall since early this year. 
Thompson asked for and got the key to 
township headquarters when Sem- 
merling moved lock, stock and barrel! 
to his own office-in-the-township garage 
next door. She figured he didn't need a 
key, and at the time, he agreed. 

But now, the goateed road com- 
missioner feels locked out and wants a 
key to the township hall. Thompson said 
she doesn't have a key to his office, so 
why should he have one to hers. All of 
this has only served to divide the board 
and make for a shooting and shouting 
match almost every time the township 
board meets., And to think most all of 
these people were friends and once ran 
on the same ticket. 



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Lincolnshire 




Baxter International and the Deer- 
field-Lincolnshire Rotary Club helped 
Rotary International nearly double its 
goal of raising $120 million U.S. dollars 
to rid the world of polio. At the Rotary 
International convention held in 
Philadelphia, May 23-27. 
Rotarians from 102 countries around 
the world heard Rotary International 
President Chuck Keller announce that 
Rotarians, organizations and 
governments world-wide have pledged 
$219 million to support Rotary's 
efforts to innoculate children around 
the world against polio and other 
childhood diseases. At the convention, 
Baxter International Foundation was 
recognized for making the largest 
corporate contribution, a total of 
$250,000 over the next five years. The 
Deerfieid-Lincolnshire club members 
have raisedari additional $88,000 in this 
effort. The 53 Rotary clubs in Dist. 
644, serving the communities north of 
Chicago, west to Elgin and north to the 
Wisconsin state line have pledged a 
total of $1,872,000.. 



Round Lake 



K Mart, located at the intersection of 
Rte.-83 and Rollins Rd. in Round Lake 
Beach; should be boasting a new look in 
a few months, thanks to a new layout 
with expanded floor space. A 20,000 
square foot addition to the store's west 
side is" presently under construction. 
Manager Randy House stated that the 
remodeling is part of a national effort 
on K Mart's part to simplify shopping 
for consumers who are both money- 
-conscious and quality-conscious, as 
well as to keep pace with Americas 
changing tastes. For example, by the 
middle of summer, a delicatessen style 
snack bar in front of the store will 
replace the cafeteria. When finished, 
the store will feature new layouts and 
displays with a broader selection of 
merchandise including both name- 
brand as well as private-labeled 
. products. 



Vernon Hills 



Groundbreaking is expected soon for 

an international headquarters of H. 

Bcrnbaum Import Export Co., 

measuring 47,250 square feet, to be 

located at 880 Corporate Woods 

Parkway in Corporate Woods, Vernon 

Hills. According to President Hank 

Bernbaum, the building has been 

designed by Ronald B. Kostus and 

Associates of Lincolnwood, to be 

capable of expanding to approximately 

72 500 square feet on a three-and-a-halt- 

acre site in the 310-acre corporate park 

at Rtes. 45 and 21. The new location is 

expected to raise the company s 

present employment of 25 people .in i the 

Northbrook offices to a .total of 40 

people by the end of this year. Thes.te 

will have a second floor office and la 

2 000 sauare foot showroom for its 4, wo 

S Sums. The rest of the building 

will be a warehouse. The Bernbaum Co^ 

manufactures and imports high quality 

lines of contemporary luggage and 

sporting goods. 



Dowling 
sells art 
as clothes 



One may not think that a "fu-fu is 
something that could be copyrighted, . 
but when the market demands 
something unique, a unique idea can 
, turn out to be good business. 
. Take for example, entrepreneur 
Patty Dowling of Vernon Hills. Her 
hobby of painting fabrics for her home 
and creating fabric designs with 4, fu- 
fus" turned her into a businesswoman 
in charge of a unique line of children s 

clothing. r4 , 

"I had always done crafts, wood- 
working," Dowling says. "Then 1 
started to paint bedspreads, then 
clothes. It's fun to see my designs on 
people. It's more versatile to paint on 
clothing, there are so many possible 

designs." J .. 

Since getting an apparel sales 
representative one year ago, Dowling 
has expanded her entrepreneur^ skills 
into markets from California to F lorida 
and has had her designs displayed at 
several children's apparel shows in 
New York City. . „ 

"I like creating, I just love doing it, 
Dowling says. "I like coming up with 
new ideas." Despite her attention- 
getting designs, Dowling prefers a low- 
key business. , 
"I'm confident, I like what I do and 
I'm .an outgoing person, but I'm also a 
private person," she says, saying she 




Patty Dowling 

expected rejection at her first New 
York apparel show. ^ . 

To create her unique line of clothing, 
Dowling buys pre-made fleece clothing 
and applies her special designs made 
up of paint, rhinestones, and "fu-fus, 
pockets of cloth to give the design an 
almost three-dimensional look. 

The business started out with 
sweatshirts, shorts and shirts, but has 
expanded to include dresses, coats and 
leggings, a tight-fitting pant. The fluffy 
clothing is usually done in pastels and 
Dowling says her, main customers are 

little girls. 

Although Christmas was a busy time 
for the business, the children's clothes 
seem to be a hot item all year. Dowling 



says although she works out of her 
home, it's a 40 hour-per-week job. 

"if the orders keep coming. I may 
have to hire more people," she says. 
"But things can be 'faddish'. You never 
know what's going to happen in the 
industry. You just have to keep coming 
up with original designs." 

As the mainstream fashion industry 
is doing, Dowling is planning her fall 
line now, although Dowling's unique 
items are more in the style of what one 
.mav find in a North Shore boutique 
rather than a rack of mass-produced 

clothes. • , 

"It's nice to go to the mall and see 
someone you don't even know wearing 
something you made," she says. 




Bank of Waukegan raises 
stockholder dividends 



Ronald F. Crawford, Jr. 

Edison 
appoints 

Crawford 

Commonwealth Edison has an- 
nounced the appointment of Ronald F. 
Crawford, Jr., as Waukegan district 
manager, replacing Dennis J. 
' Bieschke, who has been named com- 
mercial manager of Edison's southern 
division, headquartered in Joliet. 
Bieschke has served as Waukegan 
district manager since December 1983. 
With more than 17 years of service 
with Edison, Crawford previously held 
the position of division engineer for the 
Company's Northern Division, and has 
held other positions in Edison s 
marketing and engineering areas. 

uouniry ^ ^ ; 7 hP v* Crawford holds a bachelor of science 

developer backed out of J»^& de g re e in engineering management 

Cambridge m^B^^SSSM tom the University of Missouri-Rolla 

the property Qwner^ and an Master s degree from Roosevelt 

the company's ^J^v^^J^SScfi University, 
suggest a^ood market for the project. 



Fred Abdula, chairman of Northern 
States Financial Corp. and Bank 
of Waukegan, has announced that 
stockholders will receive a 23 percent 
increase in their semi-annual 
dividends. This increase in dividends 
from $1.30 per share in 1987 to $1.60 per 
share this year was approved by the, 
bank's board of directors in May for 
stockholders of record as of May 15, 

iqoo 

Abdula stated that for the first six 
months of the bank's fiscal year, ending 
March 31, net earnings totaled an 18 
percent increase over the same period a 
year earlier, resulting in an earnings 
per share of $9.75. The annualized 
return on equity for the same period 
was 20.15 percent and return on assets 



was 1.49 percent. Bank assets as of 
March 30, were $205,634,319 with out- 
standing loans of $117,880,242 and 
stockholders equity of $16,547,176. Book 
value as of March 31 was $105.06. 

Abdula also reported that the board 
of directors regretfully accepted the 
resignation of Charles E. Openloch, 
effective April 1, from all 

executive positions that he held with the 
Bank of Waukegan, Northern States 
Trust Comp. and Northern States 
Financial Corp. Openloch, who 
has been active within the Lake County 
banking community for over 20 years 
and has also served on the board of 
several community organizations, said 
he wished to pursue opportunities in 
other financial-related fields. 



Eight new hotels set to draw 
tourists by spring of this year 



Mundelein 



Cambridge Homes Inc. is assuming 
control of a condominium developmen 

pro e^t on Midlothian ^^g^g 
Cambridge Country, in Mimde^/The 
Mundelein Village .Board J^m 
preliminary plansjast autumn for the 

development, Jp:;^^^^® 
Country Estates^ After the original 



Eight new hotels will be completed 
this spring and summer in Lake 
County, according to Charles Isely III, 
chairman of the Lake County Con- 
vention and Visitor's Bureau. When 
finished, these hotels will add 750 new 
guest rooms to the county, bringing the 
total number of rooms to 4,279. 

"We have a healthy economy and a 
vigorous tourism industry and these 
hotel rooms as well as their meeting 
and convention facilities will be well 
used," said Isely, also president and 
chief executive officer of the 
• Waukegan/Lake County Chamber of 



Commerce. 

"Additional lodging will compliment 
the county's many tourist attractions 
by providing more accommodations for 
overnight visitors," he added. 44 An 
increase in overnight stays means an 
increase in revenue for the county ." 

The new motels under construction 
are Comfort Inn in Antioch, Days Inn in 
Gurnee, Courtyard by Marriott in 
Highland Park, Hawthorn Suites in 
Lincolnshire, Comfort Inn in 
Waukegan, Courtyard by Marriott in 
Waukegan, Airport Inn in Waukegan, 
andHolub'slnninZion. 



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Friday, June 10. 1988 



Quill survey says office product prices to rise in £x months 

Led bv a leap in paper rising pulp prices are supplies, systems ana pert" . .1. { in data and word to be conducted bv ( 



Led by a leap in paper 
and steel costs, overall 
office product prices will 
rise about 3.8 percent 
during the six-month 
period from May to 
October of this year. The 
increase is over three 
times the 1.2 percent 
climb predicted for the 
previous six-month 
period, 
overall 

available data (1982) 
from Quill Corporation, 
according to the 13th 
semi-annual price survey 
conducted by Quill, the 



rising pulp prices are 
causing a price squeeze. 

He said the result is a 
chain reaction in the cost 
of computer paper, 
typewriter paper and 
envelopes, invoices, 
ruled pads, self-stick 
notes and other paper 
products. Linerboard, 
which is used for filing 



supplies, systems and percent. Typew 

accessories- prices will prices are expected 

remain relatively flat for stay unchanged. 

the next six months, 

continuing a three-year 

trend. 
Reproducing products, 

primarily copy paper and 

toners ( most of which are 

made in Japan), are 

expected to rise 5.6 



A continuing, but 
slowing decline in 
computer disk prices is 



in data and word 
processing supplies to a 
moderate 1.8 percent 
gain between now and 
October. 



price survey' 
to be conducted bv Quill 
will coyer the 'period 
from November, \<m 
through April, 1989. 



north sr/i* mwa, mc. 



and the largest storage products and 
increase since packaging for many 

items, is also increasing 
in cost. 

"The ongoing 

devaluation of the dollar 

and a lack of new United 

States industrial 

are forcing 

at a faster 



nation's largest in- 
dependent distributor of capacity 
office products, prices up 



headquartered in Lin- rate;" said Miller. The 

colnshire. survey predicts a steel 

Annualizing the price increase of from 

projected six-month four percent to eight 

increase would bring the percent in the next six 

rising costs to about 7.6 months. Costs are also 

percent, almost three rising for plastics, in- 

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leading office products 
manufacturers. 

Citing a six 
increase in paper costs, 
Quill President Jack 
Miller said mills 
operating at full speed 
with no additional 
capacity available and 



styreneand resins. These 
increases mean higher 
prices for writing in- 
struments, as well as 
shipping tapes and 
trashcan liners which, 
alone, are increasing by 
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The survey forecasts a 
percent 9.9 percent price rise for 
warehouse and shipping 
supplies. A 2.8 percent 
rise is expected in the 
price of office furniture. 

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Lopata to be guest 
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The Lake Suburban 
Chapter of Women in 
Management is pleased 
to announce Dr. Helen 
Lopata as its June 15, 
speaker. Lopata is a 
professor of sociology at 
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Park Law 
elects Gill 

At its annual meeting 
in Bear Mountain State 
Park near West Point, 
New York, the National 
Park Law Enforcement 
Association elected 
Arthur A. Gill, Super- 
visor of Rangers for the 
Lake County Forest 
Preserve District, as its 
Vice-President for a two- 
year term. 

The National Park Law 
Enforcement Association 
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organization representi- 
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forcement practitioner 
throughout the United 
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of the National 
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"Our mission is to 
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New Wal-Mart to employ 150 

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Approximately 150 
area residents will have 
new jobs when the Wal- 
Mart Discount depart- 
ment store opens in 
Round Lake Beach. 



Construction on the new 
store, located in the 
Mallard Creek Shopping 
Center at 700 East 
Rollins, is scheduled to 



The store will contain 
81,922 square feet. 

Area residents, hired 
as Wal-Mart associates, 
will fill a variety of job 



Elect Vice-chairman 

Maraa'Trmsk.. president of The One Hundred Agency. Fox Lake has been elected 
vice-chairman of The Private Industry Council off Lake County. Tnnski has served 
on Council for two-years and has been active on Marketing Incentives Committee. 
She lhas alsc 'taker/achve role with Private Industry Council Foundation, assisting 
with PALS Literacy Improvement fund drive. 

Grieve to be featured on 
'American Spotlight' show 



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Lake area may want to make a point of 
turning their* dial to cable's "The 
Learning Channel" this Sunday at 10:30 
a m Those who have any friends or 
relatives employed by The Grieve 
Corporation may get a chance to see 
them on national TV. 

The Grieve Corporation, 500 Hart Ku. 
Kound Lake, has been selected to be 
featured on the documentary series. 
-American Spotlight", which TLC 
Network will broadcast in the USA 
mainland, as well as Alaska, Hawaii; 
Puerto. Kico. Central America and 

Canada. r . 

G P. Grieve, Chairman of the cor- 
poration, says the Grieve company is 
"pleased and proud" to have been 

selected. • . 

-Success stories make for interesting 
television and we are singularly 
honored to be portrayed as one of the 
•more interesting and successful 
companies in the United States. 
Grieve said. "This documentary series 
is on business bevond the ordinary. It 
-will take vou through our engineering 
and manufacturing operations and 
show the exceptional quality of our 

product." . , 

The Grieve Corporation makes in- 
dustrial ovens and furnaces at its 
100 000 square foot Kound Lake facility 
which houses corporate headquarters, 
sales, engineering, research, and 
manufacturing. 



Asked how the Grieve Corporation 
was selected for this feature. Company 
President Pat Calabrese said 
-American Spotlight' has a research 
team that seeks out interesting com- 
panies. They make documentary films 
and sell them to cable." 

vlts very difficult to find a place in 
industrv today that doesn't use in- 
dustrial ovens in some way ", Calabrese 

said. "Thev are used with everything 
from jewelry to artificial limbs, and its 
a fascinating process." 

He said the 'Spotlight* people spent 
nine hours one day at the Round Lake 
plant filming on location the operations 
that take place there and interviewing 
various employees. The show covers 
how the company started in 1949 and 
worked its way up to where it is now. 

Grieve and Calabrese were in- 
terviewed at the studio in Chicago as 
part of the program as well. The 
program is hosted by Nancy Sellers (of 
PBS fame) and produced by Dave Saint 
( of PM Magazine), 

Executive Producer Joseph Lmwick 
says "The aim of our show is to salute 
the leaders of select companies and the 
employess who brought that company 
to its current market position.. Our 
intentions are to discover interesting 
companies- capture all the magic- and 
bring their story to television. Our 
information on The Grieve Corporation 
suggests that we.. have the elements 
required for a solid TV production. 



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breaks 
ground 

'■ Lincoln Property 
Company has broken 
ground lor the * North 
Lake Commons shopping 
center at Routes 12 and 22 

in Lake Zurich. THe 
120.000 square foot 
development will include 
a Dominick's Finer 
Foods Store as the an- 
chor and will ac- 
commodate up to 26 other 

retailers. 

Lincoln Property 
Company is the nation s 
second largest developer 
and was recently named 
the 33rd largest private 
company in the country, 
according to Forbes 
Magazine. The com- 
mercial group has 
developed more than 52 
million square feet of 
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Lakeland 

Newspapers 

Lake County 
At A Glance 

Starzec seeks exemption 

GRAYSLAKE— After living on the 
same land for more than 40 years, 
E J. Starzec may be forced to move 
across the street. That is unless the 
Lake Countv Forest Preserve Dist. 
grants his request for an exemption 
from the 1.400 acre Picket Fence 
Farm purchase. 

Mills meeting 

GURNEE— Gurnee Village board 
members were expected to meet with 
representatives from Lake County 
staff and the Western Development 
Corp. to discuss a possible working 
agreement regarding the planned 
Gurnee Mills project. Western 
Development Corp. officials met with 
Lake County board members in 
special meeting Monday to discuss the 
project. Western officials have offered 
to use landscaping and berms around 
the proposed 325 acre project west of 
Gurnee. The project won a round last 
week when the Lake County board's 
public works committee approved a 
change of boundaries for the North 
Shore Sanitary Dist. to allow for the 
project to be serviced by NSSD station 
in Gurnee. 

City says thanks 

NORTH CHICAGO— The North 
Chicago City Council commended 
efforts made by the local police and 
fire departments of neighboring, 
communities in dealing with the fire 
and explosion at Traco. Inc. June 1. 
Three died and 12 were injured in 
disaster. 



Cleanup at sludge farm 

RICHMOND-RemovalNyiU begin 
Monday, June 13, of 5.5 million gallons 
of non-hazardous industrial and 
commercial sludge on the Hillview 
Farm of bankrupt Arnold May. 
onetime prominent builder and land 
developer. Much of the sludge came 
from Abbott Laboratories Inc. in 
North Chicago, which is underwriting 
much of the $100,000 cost of the 
cleanup as a corporate responsibility 
although it had previously paid May. 
The sludge will be disposed of by 
injecting into adjoining farm fields, as 
May did for years, despite opposition 
from thousands of residents in 
townships and communities on both 
sides of the Wisconsin-Illinois state 
line, both because of the odor and the 
unsightly operation. 

Launch mosquito war 

LINCOLNSHIRE— The Village of 
Lincolnshire Board of Trustees have 
voted to re-institute their mosquito 
abatement program for the summer of 
1988. The program provides regular, 
village-wide spraying services 
throughout the summer based on the 
monitoring of the mosquito population 
by a village-employed spraying 
contractor. 

Developer sues village 

WAUCONDA— The village board this 
week voted 6-0 to put up a vigorous 
defense against a lawsuit filed in Lake 
County courts by excavating con- 
tractor Max W. Berger. The legal 
action asks the courts to declare the 
Wauconda zoning ordinance as it 
applies to his property un- 
constitutional, null and void because it 
deprives him of reasonable use of the 
property. Berger wants to build 144 
townhomes on 26 acres on the north 
side of Bang's Lake. The Zoning Board 
denied the petition on the grounds the 

area is zoned R-3 for single-family 

homes instead of the required R-4 for 

multiple family. 



Five Months' Building Activity 

January - May 1987 - 1988 

Permits Issued Valuation 



Community 

Mundclein 
Vernon Hills 
Lincolnshire 

Grayslake 

Gurnee 
Lake Villa 
Lindenhurst 
Antioch 
Lake Zurich 
Fox Lake. 
Wauconda 

L Round Lake Beach 
Round Lake 
Round Lake Heights 
Round Lake Park 



1988 

499 

298 

106 

249 
190 
11 
29 
15 
332 
12 
NA 
318 
77 
8 
2 



1987 

433 
361 
129 
679 
276 

9 

47 

37 

268 

8 

NA 

264 

41 
15 
19 



000'8 


omitted J 


1988 


1987 1 


$18,347 


$16,347 


18,677 


13,013 • 


3,858 


23,806 


NA 


12,260 1 


3,094 


5,360 


675 


• 572 


392 


525 


1,576 


1,918 


14,631 


13,736 


49,700 


513,500 


NA 


NA 


4,538,640 


4,655,557 


571,864 


257,250 


308,600 


606,152 


7,300 


80,800 1 




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Lake 'disappears 

ISLAND LAKE— The En- 
vironmental Committee of Island Lake 
decided to drain as much water as 
possible from the lake to make it 
feasible for lakefront property owners 
to work on seawalls, make shore 
repairs, and to enable the en- 
vironmentalists to clean the lake by 
removing silt from the bottom of the 
lake. What thev did not count on, 
though, was that Mother Nature did 
not decide to help restore the water 
that went through the tubes to the Fox 
River. Some advice was offered by 
old-timers. Since Island Lake is a 
manmade lake, if someone can find 
and activate the springs on the bottom 
of the lake, that might be one way to 
"save the day" 



Fremont revives classes 

MUNDELEIN— The Fremont School 
Board voted 4-2 to reinstate all non- 
mandated programs that were 
previously cut by the Board on March 
21. Teachers who were cut along with 
the programs were also sent letters 
asking them to return to class for the 
1988-89 school years, The programs 
were originally cut for economic 
reasons. 



, f -ountv's buildin boom con- By contrast, growth m new home 
Lake ^oumy s uuiiuiug construction is slower in. the northern 

tinues unabated. hajf of LaRe Count y g In communities 

Take a drive any Sunday or, for tnai Uke Fqx Lak( ^ ^^ vula and Anlioch 
matter, any day of the week, former bujlding pe rm its for the first five 
corn fields and woodlands are giving months of 1988 an d 1937 approximate 
way to bulldozers, earthmovers and ne Qne dozen The excep tion rs the 37 
water and sewer mains that mark ine perm j ls j ssue d last year in Antioch. 
beginning of new subdivisions. II s Lindenhurstf Gurnee and Round Lake 
happening everywhere in Lake County, Beacn be u e tne slow-growth picture in 
making this one of the fastest growing norlhern i^ e County. There is a lively 
areas in Illinois. If not in numbers, bui | ding boom j n Lindenhurst with 29 
certainly the county is No. 1 or close to new home pcrmits lhjs year'and 49 last 
it in the value of new homes. year Q Urnee had 276 permits taken out 

While the growth is everywhere, it is- j ast year through May and 190 for the* 
most noticable in the county's larger same fj ve mo nths of this year. Round 
municipalities. They have the sewer, Lake Beach has a whopping 318 
water, schools, police and fire services building permits out so far this year, up 
that buyers of these $100,000-p(us homes 64 from the 2 68 issued last year, 
want and expect. Those in charge of issuing •permits in 

The southern portion of the county is all communities point out the first five . 
where the fastest and most expensive months of any year are the slow peripfl 
growth is taking place. MUndelein', for new home construction. They say 
Vernon Hills and Lake Zurich have the last six months are always busiest 
issued building permits in the 100's so as buyers rush to get homes built before' 
far this year and for a comparable school opens or the cold weather 
period last year. Slightly more.than 100 arrives. 

building permits have been taken out in Last year, was more favorable lo 
Lincolnshire, but like other villages in home building than 1988 has been so far 
the vicinity, the valuation of the new building commissioners say. The mi a 
homes runs into the millions. That is winter of 1987-88 allowed builders to 
happening because the homes are work inside and out all but a few days, 
bigger, more expensive and on higher- How about the new home boom this 
priced lots in an area where people year? Village officials and those 
want to live. And they are willing to pay responsible for building permits see no 
for it. letup. 



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ROUND LAKE— With five hours left 
to live, the two-year-old Round Lake 
Park girl lay dying from kidney 
failure, but was saved by a last- 
minute blood transfusion, ordered by 
the courts, over objections of her 
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r5 . . 4L ,-/ f ..u Gravslake and Round reported the kitchen fire ine can came a in. 



Annual Long Lake Fun 
Cup sailhoard regatta 
will be Sunday, June 12, 
at Frigate's restaurant 
off Rollins Rd. on the 
north shore of Long Lake 

The fun starts at 10 
a.m. with registration. 
Divisons are novice and 
open class. 

There will be a skip- 
per's meeting at 11 a.m 
before the first race at 

Mentally 
ill qualify 
for help 

Lake County Health 
Dept. Division of Mental 
Health offers an evening 
weekly support group for 
parents and family 
members of mentally ill 
individuals. 

This service is offered 
free of charge to Lake 
County residents through 
the Coordinated Area 
Treatment Services 
(CATS) Program at 1819 
27th Street, Zion. 

Arrangements for 
attending the group can 
be made bv calling (312) 

872-4245- 

Contact .Schaffer 

To contact 32nd 
District state Sen. Jack 
Schaffer. write him at 56 
N. Williams St.. Crystal 
Lake 60014 or by 
telephone at (815) 455- 
0309. 



noon. An awards 
program will be at 6 p.m. 
For landlubbers and 
those watching the race, 
there will be activities at 
Frigate's 
Registration can be 



made with Offshore 
Marine in Vernon Hills or 
Leisure Boards in Round 
Lake. Those who sign up 
before Monday, June 6, 
the cost is $8. After that it 
is $15 plus a $2 launch fee. 



Grayslake and Round 
Lake firemen battled a 
fire at Vic's B.L. Plenty 
restaurant in Grayslake 
May 28. 

Don Mobley ol the 
Grayslake Fire Dept. 



reported the kitchen fire 
caused $1,000 in 
damages. Mobley said 
most of the fire was 
extinguished when 
firemen arrived on the 
scene. 



The call came at 11:47 
a.m. and Round Lake 
Area Fire Protection 
Dist. personnel 

responded automatically 
to the fire on Rte. 45 in 
Grayslake. 



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F OX J-jcllvt: 111 ciiic/ii xiv. ^ chjcf stuarl buckct brigadCi walc 

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Fox Lake Fire Dept. is No.l in Lake ferent first- «"^ second^placo ^roph^ tn R^ .. Evervonc arou „d here .s 

County. It proved this at the annual and the pros tig iou s l ™yelingtiopn> im y proud of this achievement,' 

Lake County Firemen's Assn. meeting being the best fire department in the pi^ H ^ ^ ^ or s d in thc 

in Aniinrhnn.June2 county. . ■ . . ihrno-mnn and five-man hookup, 

fS Late^^ with six dif- •it has been seven years since we had thieemon 



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stacle course in which full-suitedl 
firemen traversed a course to simulate 
doors, windows and objects in a burning 
house. 1 



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Lake County Health 
Dept. Nursing Div. offers 
several programs at no 
charge to eligible Lake 
County residents. 

Child health con- 
ferences, or well-baby 
clinics, are held each 
month in Zion. North 
Chicago. Round Lake and 
Waukegan. Parents who 
wish to bring their 
children must call 
(312)360-6731 for an 
appointment. 

The Women, Infants 
and Children Special 
Supplemental Food 
Program (WIC) provides 
supplemental foods and 
nutrition education to 
eligible Lake County 
mothers and children 
under four years of age. 
For an appointment, call 
(312)360-6781. 

Contact Klemm 

To contact 63rd District 
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Klemm. write him at 3 W . 
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If your schedule is like most, it's almost impossible 
to get a whole week free for a vacation. Either that, or 
the wife must take her vacation during the July plant 
shutdown and you must take yours in August. Or 
maybe you just need a short trip away every other 
month rather than the traditional week or two all at 
once. A "mini" vacation may be just the answer. 

The advantages of a mini vacation are many. A 
Friday-Sunday uses just one of those valuable 
vacation days. If you have just five vacation days, 
that's five mini vacations. Plan your mini vacations 
right and you can easily afford several a year. 

If you can avoid the one-armed bandits and gaming 
tables. Las Vegas is probably your best value in a 
mini vacation. Not only are air/hotel packages a real 
bargain, but food is downright cheap. Again, Vegas is 
only a bargain if you can avoid gambling. There is 
much to do other than gambling in this city in the 
desert, which was the subject of a past article. 

Other bargains can be found by planning a trip to 
the city on a weekend. Many of the same hotels that 
charge $200 a day during the week offer weekend 
packages for less than half their regular rate. 
Weekend packages are offered by the elegant Central 
Park hotels in New York as well as those a little closer 
to home in Chicago. 

A three-day trip in the summer to what would? 
normally be a winter destination can really save you 
some money. 

It's not any hotter in the Bahamas in July than it is 
here in the midwest. You'll also find gentle 
tradewinds and a very refreshing ocean to cool you. A 
three-day air/hotel package to many of the Caribbean 
islands costs little more than $300 in the summer 
months. 

Many of the winter ski destinations out west also 
become affordable as mini vacation spots in the 
summer. There's some real pretty country out there 
after all that snow melts at Vail, Winter Park, Copper 
Mountain and the rest of what is normally known only 
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Musical notes 



by GLORIA DAVIS 

The rock and roll music of Jcthro Tull 
will be playing at Poplar Creek in 
Hoffman Estates on Sunday, June 12. 

The Laketown Buskers will be tur- 
ning out a variety of. music including 
blues, jazz; ragtime, bluegrass, 
western swing and even old-time fiddle 
tunes at the David Adler Cultural 
Center in Libertyville, at 7:30 and 9:30 
p.m., on Saturday, June 11. 

The Chicago Blues Festival*.* slated 
to take place this weekend in Grant 
Park. The Chicago Blues Archives will 
be on display, this includes a collection 
of recordings, photographs, videos, 
films, sheet music, books, magazines, 
etc. that will recount and illustrate the 
evolution of this music. 
vVrtie: comeback of the reformed 
country rock group, Lynyrd Skynyrd 
can be heard at Alpine Valley in East 
Troy, Wis, on Saturday, June 1 1 . 

On the other side of the musical coin, 
the Chicago Symphony Orchestra will 
be conducted by Kurt Masur on Friday, 
June 10 and Saturday, June 11, at Or- 
chestra Hall on Michigan Ave. 

For M Roaring Twenties" buffs, the 
music of piano man Art Hodes can be 
heard for the first time at 8 p.m. on 
Saturday, Janets, at the Green Mill 
JariiClub on :N/ Broadway in Chicago, 
complete with the Mill's prohibition-era 
decor. 



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The Waukegan Community Players 
will take the stage at the Melba Wixom 
Auditorium at Waukegan East High 
School, with their version of the classic 
musical, "My Fair Lady." on June 10, 
11, 12, 17 and 18. . ■ 

Running through June 25, Fridays 
and Saturdays, "a non-stop evening of 
comedy and song" by Stevens and 
Stewart, at the pheasant Run Dinner 
Theatre in St Charles. ■ . - 

At the Theatre on the Lake, Lincoln 
Park Pavillioii, Outfar Dr. In: Chicago, 
the Chicago Park Dkfa. showcase of 
SusSKrUl feature •Soutlr^clfic." 
performed by the Shefl Park Players, 
directed by Cassandra McGuire, 
running June 14-25. . , . . . 

If van still havenH seen it, billed as 
Chicago's >N* i musical. "Pump Boys 
and Dinettes is fat its ilUionth per- 
formance at the Apott? Ttotre on 
Ltecoln Ave. in Chicago. 




•Pal Joey' visits Goodman 

Seen in rehearsal for Goodman Theatre's production of 'Pal 
Joey * are cast members who play chorus girls at Burbaum s 
nightclub. In this scene, girls rehearse 'Chicago, one of 



seven major production numbers featured in show. Pal 
Joey,' the Rodgers and Hart musical comedy classic set in the 
1940s in Chicago is playing at Goodman through Aug. 7. 



Scoop the Loop Reunion nostalgic 



In an effort to lose these particular met while scooping in downtown 
scoopers and travel Genesee St. to meet Waukegan and are planning to return 
others, they tried to lose the Grand Prix for this year s event, 
at the post office turn around. Mike Marro still owns his 67 Mustang 

The immediate result was a slight . that must have scooped Genesee St. at 
fender bender and the future result was least a thousand times in the four years 
the marriage of Sandy Constantino to that he and Mary Beth Miholic were 
the Grand Prix driver Steve Clanton. dating during the 70's. ' ... 

Writing in to the Scoop the Loop . Plaid Land, which use to be located 

next to the post office on Genesee St. 

was another favorite corner hangout 

for those stopping to view the cars and 

crowds scooping by. 

Mary Beth was a junior at Carmel 

High School when she met Mike in front 

of Plaid Land in the summer of 1970. 



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nival rides, Igames and Inlernaltonal 
cHtato* rt^Mortd by St. Demetrics 
^OrSSKHSM^ RUa. 137-120 
wiU take place June 1*11 and 12. .. 

The Strawberry jJubUee Festival 
featuring strawberry picking, beer and 
EtwaAa and c«ntryjntt.k v a8jell 

as a craft show; Is planned for » «^*° 
4 pnii at the Wauconda Orchard, on 

Antique a«klaaadea!TheLake 
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For many Lake County teenagers, 
the days of scooping the loop in 
downtown Waukegan led to years of 
holy matrimony and marital bliss. 
What began as just a smile from a 
certain someone driving by turned into 
weekend rendezvous at the Genesee 
bridge, Plaid Land or post office. 

These couples will be returning to 
Scoop the Loop Reunion on June 10 and Committee from Mulvane Kan. are 
11 in downtown Waukegan for the fun Connie and Dave Vaughn. Their most 

ii Sing and spectacular car memorable night was in January of 
"L e but mostlv they will be 1972 when Connie traveled from An- 
Smbering aTryspedal reunion of tioch to downtown Waukegan for her 
their own usual weekend entertainment. 

For Sandy and Steve Clanton their Dpi jjJJj^End £™™ e Ttey w^ ma"rried in 1973. and are now 
| introduction was quite by accident. In Lakes, ^chxamg nwnana "^ve w« „ ■ ' ■ Linaen hurst. If all goes well, 

August of 1978, right before the official doing ^J^J^JSSSJdZS^ he"!? Mustang will be out and running 
crack down on oop scoopers, a shiny each other, conversation wasex . 

' new Grand Prix Ls traveling close f^ r J^^^g^SSSJ To register for this year's Scoop the 
dalsmafes^ " " ^Sys^^ LoopRelnion, call (312) 360-YMCA. 

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The Making of a Musician will be the Roseman on Tuesday. June 21. 

theme of the 1988 Ravinia festival Roseman will speak about how the 

Lecture Series sponsored by the College "porcelain child's" love and the fear of 

of Lake County Southlake Educational music led Tchaikovsky to write some of 

Center the world's most beloved music. 

"Beethoven as a Young Artist" will Roseman is a lecturer with the Lyric 

be presented on Tuesday, June 14 by Opera Lecture Corps. • 

Arrand Parsons, professor emeritus Both presentations will be held at the 

from Northwestern University School Highland Park Public Library at 494 

n r Mimic Laurel from 7: 30 to 9 p.m. 

Parsons will explore Beethoven's The fee for the lecture/discussion 

early years in Bonn and Vienna and the series will be $25 and will include 

importance of training in the classical recorded illustrations. . 

Sim T He is the former program The series will also include Ravinia 

\nnntator for the Chicago Symphony lawn admission passes to the pcr- 

Orchestra and also for Ravinia formances on Sunday. June 26. when 

Sval Vladimi Feltsman will play 

"Tchaikovsky's Early Years" will be Beethoven's Third Piano Concerto, and 

presented by guest lecturer Barbara Friday. July 15. for an all-Tchaikovsky 



program that will feature Vladimir 
Spikakov as violin soloist. For in- 
formation and registration call 
(312)433-7884. 

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State honors all veterans 
with Vietnam Memorial 



Sen. Jack Schaffer (R- 
McHenry County) was 
among those who helped 
celebrate the new Illinois 
Vietnam Veterans 
Memorial. 

"This memorial is a 
tribute to those heros who 
fought for our country in 
America's longest war. 
This is to tell them we 
haven't forgotten-it will 
be here to remind our 
children and their 
children of those young 
and brave people who 
lost their lives fighting 
for our country." Sen. 
Schaffer said. 

The $1.25 million cir- 
cular memorial, 
designed by Jerome 
Lager of Breese, is 
dedicated to the nearly 
3.000 Illinoisans killed or 
missing in Vietnam. 

The five triangular 
black granite outside 
walls bear the names of 
those who died as the 
result of Vietnam action. 
Each wall represents one 
of the five branches of the 
military. Inside the circle 
are five gray granite 
walls bearing the names 
of Illinoisans listed as 
missing in action, as well 
as the state's Medal of 
Honor winners. An 
eternal flame burns in 
the center. 

•'We've all been 
touched in some way by 
the Vietnam War. The 
memorial is very moving 
and emotional for friends 
and family remembering 
their loved ones. I am 
proud our state has this 



tangible testament to our Cemetery, which in- 

respect and gratitude to eluded two dedication 

veterans," Sen. Schaffer ceremon i C s, the laving of 

ad r ed * • i ™„™ the wreaths, a jet 
Approximated 20,000 

attended the weekend flyover, a candlelight 

ceremonies at Oak Ridge ceremony and parade. 




Saluting Vietnam vet 

Sen. Jack Schaffer (R-McHenry County) and director of 
Veterans Affairs John Johnston view the Illinois 
Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Oak Ridge Cemetery. 
The new memorial was dedicated to nearly 3,000 
Illinoisans who died or are missing in action. 



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Director's 

Sean Backstrand, eighth grade student 
at Bristol Grade school, receives 
director's award for band from Ann 
Wickman, Bristol band director. He 
received this award for outstanding 
music talent and for displaying positive 
attitude towards music department. 



First Lily Scholar 

Internationally known physician, 
scientist and educator, Dr. Max Harry 
Weil has accepted his selection as the 
first Lily Scholar. Weil, chief of car- 
diology at the University of Health 
Sciences- The Chicago Medical School in 
North Chicago, is recognized for his 
expertise in cardiology and internal 
medicine. His research has brought 
major advances in cardiovascular 
monitoring of patients in intensive care 
units. Weil has also been honored by 
colleges with an alumni achievement 
medal, and permanent visiting 
professorships. He will spend one year 
on sabbatical leave from his university 
to be in residence at the Lilly Research 
Laboratories and Eli Lilly and Co. 
corporate headquarters. 




Cub fan 



Kathryn Hook. Grayslake, is overjoyed 
to be presented with Cubs jacket and 
hat by Grayslake Exchange Club at 
Book of Golden Deeds Award dinner. 
Her husband, Everette, also received 
jacket and hat. Both are 'Hook-ed' on 
baseball and Chicago Cubs. 



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Riding helps disabilities 



Warren Werner 
received therapeutic 
horseback riding lessons 
along with 23 other 
students at. Smiles, Inc. 
Smiles provides 

therapeutic and 

recreational horseback 
riding to persons with 
disabilities. 

In addition to weekly 
riding lessons, this Fox 
Lake resident has the 
opportunity to par- 
ticipate in special events 
such as the Smiles 
benefit horse show to be 
held at Elkhorn Fair 
Grounds on July 23. 

The eight-week sum- 
mer riding season has 
begun. People interested 
in riding or volunteering 
can call Smiles. (414)724- 
3470. 

Dads can 
adopt a 
gorilla 

Zwizera. a three- 
month-old gorilla at 
Chicago's Brookfield Zoo 
is up for adoption for 
Father's Day. Dads may 
just go "gorilla" about 
becoming a father to the 
infant. 

Children can adopt 
Kwizera for their fathers 
for only $20. As part of 
their gift, lathers will 
receive a certificate of 
adoption, an eight by ten 
photo of Kwizera. a 
Brookfield Zoo Parents t- 
shirt and car decal, and a 
subscription to Brook- 
field Zoo's quarterly 
newsletter. 

"We are looking for 
people to share their dads 
with Kwizera," said 
Ginny Erfort. coor- 
dinator of the zoo's 
animal adoption 

program. 

Kwizera's father, 
Samson, Brookfield Zoo's' 
popular silver-backed 
gorilla, died a week after 
Kwizera was born. The 
special Father's Day 
adoption is being offered 
through July 4. 

Adopting Kwizera 
helps to feed and care for 
her for one year. To 
adopt Kwizera or to find 
out about other animal 
adoptions call the 
Brookfield Zoo Parents 
Program at (312)485- 
0263, ext. 321. 



Joins sorority 

Melissa M. Madey, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 
Benjamin Maday of 35146 
N. Lake Matthews Tr., 
Ingleside, has been in- 
ducted into Delta Delta 
Delta at Purdue 
University, West 
Lafayette, Ind. The 
newest social sorority on 
the campus, it was 
established in January. It 
was estabished in Boston 
in 1888. 




Warren Werner 



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Fair Lady 

Rosemary Sutz, Chicago, did one woman show at 
Grayslake Woman's Club in which she played in six 
programs. One of them was *My Fair Lady.' Sutz has 
appeared on area tv and done tv commercials. 



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What's Happening Children's theater offered at St. Joe's 



Gem and Mineral Society 

Th» lab* County G»m and Mineral Society will hold il* qenoral meehnq ol 7 p.m. on 
Tue*doy June 71 in Ihe Waukcqon Publ.c Library auditorium, 129 M. Counly Si 
Woiifceqan Alter tbe bu«me«« meetmq »o<t>o* a bingo type eartb «iene e qame will be 
played CueiHare wekomo for more mforrnatin call (3I7VS73 1967 

Coho fishing '88 

Join m the annual Iree li«hing derby liom Jmi# 4 to 75 at Woukeqon Harbor Moro tbon 
$40 000 .n pnre% vmill be awarded lor the larqett Coho Salmon Chinook Salmon Brown 
Trout and St«»elheod Trout Winner* ore announced wreWly Call (317)336 7000 lor more 
mloimation. 

Antique Show 

Quality 18th and 19th century lurmture artwork and accetlnriet are leatured during 
•h.% pirmier »how and »ale to be held June 10 to 17 at lake Fore*t Academy-Ferry Hall. 
Pie 60. lokeForett 

U-Pick Strawberries 

Choose your own botch ol ttrawbernei Irom the ltr»i tummer crop ot Wauconda Or- 
chard* Irom Jun# 10 to 75 Coll oh*odlor time* and information (317)576 8553 

Dressage at Tempel Farms 

Thi* dreitaqe competition Irom 8 o in to 5 p m at Tempel Form* Wodtworth held June 
10 and II. traditionally attract* *ome ol the hiqhe*t caliber hor*e* and rider* in the 
inidwe*t Call (317)744 5330 lor mor» mlormation 



Kids fishing seminar 



A* port ol Nat»onol Fi*hmq Week k»dtag«> v* to 17 can loam to li»h and the line art ol 
u*<«q a pole and bait Ihe lie* temmar include* lunch and minnow bucket It wll be held 
I'PjtnBo m to7p m at Woukeqan Harbor Call (317)749 5747 

Water Ski Tournament 

View the hr*t leq ol the Triple Cro*» ol the Amertcon Ski Tournoment on Juno 19 ol 
loinb* Form m liber tyv.lle ond be entertained by iho jumping barefoot pyramid ocl* and 



*part*k>er* 

Sidewalk sale 

Shop until you drop and *o»e on qormrml* and food 
century almo*phere The *ale will be held Irom 10 a m. to 
June 73 and 74 and noon t oSp m . on Saturday. June 75 

Ravinia Festival 



m Bannockburn* lomou* I Blh 
6 p.m. on Thur*day and Friday. 



It'* openmq mqht ol thi* .nlernotional le*li«al featurmq ihe Chicoqo Symphony and 
vi«ilmq orchettrat. dance jail ond pop mut« concert*. The paik ■* located at lake Cook 
andCreenbay Rd* Highland Park and will be open June 74 ihrouqht Sept. 4. 



ndOreenboy Ka* Mflhiom far* ana win o 

Art in the Park 



5ee Ihe work* ol oil created by up and tommq arti*tt and enjoy mu*< by Iho North 
ShoieC>a*tical Band The *how will b* hekf Irom 10 om to 5 p m on Saturday. June 75 
and Irom noon to 5 p m. on Sunday June 76 at P<nK Grow* ol Marriott** lmcoln*hire 



Retort 



Atari enthusiasts 



The monthly meetmq will be held lorrn Ham to 3 p.m on Saturday. July 9 at ihe 
Worien Newport Public Libioiy. 774 N O Plain* Rd m Ournee. Thi* month* demon- 
*tralion will b* dilferent computer Word Proco**or». There will be variou* computer 
vendor* in attendance. All computer u*er* are welcome lo ollend For more information 
or memberth-p applicoim* call (3 17)566-7755 before 6 p m. daily. 



La Leche meeting 



Area loke County lo leche leaque qroup* will be ho*iinq a tpecKil Toddler meeting 
liom 10 a m until noon on Monday. June 13. Topic* will mcludo poliy homing, weaning, 
mght-time parentinq di*ciplme ond more. Mother* of toddler* are mviled For more 
■nforinaiioricoll (317)356 5349 or (317)9490776. 



Buoys and Belles 



The Strawb«iry Surpir*e" tquare dance, hotted by ihe Buoy* and Belle* with caller Bob 
Wil*or» oikJ Round Dancing by Al Hallgren will be held on Friday. June 17. Ihe Round 
Da.it c work*h.p will be held Irorn 8 lo 8.30 p.m. and dancing Irom 8;30 to 1 1 p.m. at Fir»t 
United Mcthodi*t Church 178 N Ul«a Si.. Woukegan. U*e we»t parking lot ond rear door 
down *lair * lo Fello w*hip Hall . 



Schedule 

Sailing 

Regatta 

Something different in 
water recreation, a 
sailboard regatta, will 
take place Sunday, June 
12, at Long Lake. 

Dubbed the Long Lake 
Fun Cup Sailboard 
Regatta, the day-long 
event is open to the public 
for both participating 
andspectating. 

Fun Cup activity will 
be headquartered at 
Frigate's, Rollins Rd., 
with registration 
beginning at 10 a.m. 
Racing will begin at noon 
for both men and women 
in novice and open class 
competition. 

The event is being 
presented jointly by 
Leisure Boards, 234 E. 
Main St. Round Lake 
Park, and Offshore 
Marine, Hawthorn Hills 
Fashion Square, Vernon 
Hills. 



by IIUS MAYFIRLI) 

Fairy Tale Theater will 
be performing "Princess 
and the Pea," "Tiger and 
the Brahman,* 1 and 
"Little Red Ridinghood 
and the Wolfess," at 
Father Burger Hall, St. 
Joseph's Church, June IB 
and 19. 

Jesse Torgerson 
teacher of the local 
children's troupe 
describes the en- 
tertainment as 
"children's theater 
performed by children." 
Torgerson has worked 
with this present class of 
seven children for five 
months. 

Tickets can be pur- 



chased at the door. 
Adults are $3, and 
children $1 for both 
performances, 8 p.m.. 
Saturday. June 18. and 3 
p.m.. Sunday. June 19. 

The performers and 
their roles are Dayne 
Brummet from 

Hawthorn Woods, plays 
the prince in "Princess 



and the Pea." Charlee 
Lawson from Round 
Lake Beach, plays Little 
Red Ridinghood. Monica 
Fitzgerald. Round Lake, 
plays the queen in 
"Princess and the Pea." 

Chenoa Lopez from 
Spring Grove, plays Zara 
in "Princess and the 
Pea." Dorian Willis. P'ox 



Lake, plays the Jackal in 
"Tiger and the Brah- 
man." Brother and sister 
Jennifer and Gregory 
Laube are from Antioch. 
Jennifer plays the 
Wolless in "Little Red 
Ridinghood." and 
Gregory plays the 
Brahman in "Tiger and 
the Brahman." 



Seeking artists, crafters 

and Sunday. Autf li and 



A special invitation is 
extended to qualified 
area artists and craft; 
sjiebple to be among the 
exhibitors in Arts & 
Crafts at the Milk Pail, 
to be presented by 



American Society ol 
Artists, a national 
membership organizati- 
on, at The Milk Pail. 
Rte 25-ohe hall mile 
north . ol Rte. 1-90. 
Dundee, on Saturday 



Additional information 
may be obtained Irom 
American Society ol 
Artists at P.O Box I'm 
Palatine. Ill liuoTH-- 



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This Week: Waukegan's "Scoop The Zoop"Festival 

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80 hot air balloons to 
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Balloon Classic Illinois. Danville and 
Vermilion County's newest and most 
exciting annual event will begin on 
Friday, June 10 and continue through 
Sunday. June 12. Up to 80 hot air 
balloons will soar over Vermilion 
County in the spectacular event at- 
tracting thousands of spectators from 

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set to pi ay on 
Opera stage 

Violinist, mandolinist. Peter 
Ostroushko. will appear in concert at 
tin- Woodstock Opera House on 
Saturday. June II. at 8 p. m 

During the later years o! the Prairie 
Home broadcasts, he formed a band 
with three other mandolin players and 
called them "The Mando Boys." 

Also appearing in this concert will 
be music legend Jethro Burns Burns, 
formerly of the comedy/music duo 
'Homer and Jethro ' More recently 
Jethro toured with the late Steve 
Goodman; 

Tickets for this show are priced at 
$8 and are on sale at the Woodstock 
Opera House box oil ice. and any 
Ticketron location For information or 
tickets, call (8l5):W8-5:5tMI 



across the country. 

Sport and commercial balloons from 
across the country will arrive with their 
crews to compete for prizes and en- 
tertain spectators in the three day 
event. The pilots and their crews will 
fly in an exhibition race on Friday 
' evening, in two races on Saturday, and 
again on Sunday morning. The balloon 
classic will be held at the Vermilion 
County Airport for the second year. 

Friday evening will feature a "Splash 
and Dash" over Lake Vermilion when 
the pilots will try their skill and luck 
aiming at targets on the lake. This 
event is free to the public. On Saturday 
afternoon the family will be entertained 
by an exciting air show, including 
skydivers and airplane acrobatics. The 
IWotropolitan Life Insurance blimp with 
its antimated "Snoopy" figures on the 
side, is also expected to make an ap- 
pearance. 

Balloon Classic Illinois does not 
provide the only entertainment in the 
Danville area the weekend of June 10- 
12. Sunshine Jamboree has been an 
annual celebration of spring for years 
in Vermilion County. Held at Kickapoo 
State Park, the Illinois Dept. of Con- 
servation and the staff at Kickapoo will 
be on hand on Saturday. June 11 and 
Sunday. June 12 to help you welcome 
the season of fun in the sun. Games, 
food, music and old fashioned family 
fun sets the stage for two fun filled days 
of entertainment. 



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To ds On Video . Music 



TOP VIDEO 

RENTALS 

1. The Witches Of 
Eostwick, Jack Nicholson, 
Cher, Warner Home Video 
(1987-R) 

2. The Untouchables, 
Kevin Costner, Sean Con- 
nery, Paramount Home 
Video (1987-U) 

3. Adventures In 
Babysitting, Elisabeth 
Shue, Touchstone Home 
Video (1987-PG-13) 

4. Innerspnce, Dennis 
Quaid, Martin Short, 
Warner Home Video 
(1987-PG) 

5. Stakeout, Richard 
Drey fuss, Emilio Estevcz, 
Touchstone Home Video 
(1987-R) 

6. Beverly Hills Cop II, 
Eddie Murphy, Para- 
mount Home Video 
(1987-R) 

7. Less Than Zero, Ah* 
drew McCarthy, Jamie 
Gertz, CBS-Fox Video 
(1987-17) 

8. The Princess Bride, 
CaryEwes, Robin Wright, 
Nelson Home Entertain- 
ment (1987-PG) 

9. Dirty Dancing, 
Patrick Swayze, Jennifer 
Grey, Vestron Video 
(1987-PG-13) 

10. Someone To Watch 
Over Me, Tom Berenger, 
Mimi Rogers, RCA/Col- 
umbia Pictures Home 
Video (1987-R) 



TOP POP 
SINGLES 

1. One More Try, George 
Michael Columbia 



2. Anything For You, 
Gloria Estefan & Miami 
Sound Machine, Epic 

3. Shattered Dreams, 
Johnny Hates Jazz, Virgin 

4. Naughty Girls (Need 
Love Too), Samantha Fox, 
Jive/RCA 

5. 1 Don't Want To Live 
Without You, Foreigner,- 
Atlantic 

6. Everything Your 
Heart Desires, Daryl 
Hall/John Oatcs, Arista 

7. Electric Blue, 
Icehouse, Chrysalis 

8. Always On My Mind, 
Pet Shop Boys, EMI- 
Manhattan 

9. Wait, White Lion, 
Atlantic 

10. Piano In The Dark, 
Brenda Russell featuring 
Joe Espostio, A&M 



TOR COUNTRY 
ALBUMS 

1. Always & Forever, 
Randy Travis, Warner 
Bros. 

2. If You Ain't Lovin* 
You Ain't Livin*. George 
Strait, MCA 

3. Wild Eyed Dream, 
Ricky Van Shclton, 
Columbia/CBS 

4. 80's Ladies. K.T. 
Oslin, RCA 

5. Born To Boogie, Hank 
Williams, Jr., Warner/ 
Curb 

6. King's Record Shop, 
Rosanne Cash, Columbia 

7. The Royal Treatment, 
Billy Joe Royal, Atlantic 
America 

8. Chill Factor, Merle 
Haggard, Epic 



9. Untasted H 0ne y 

Ka * y J?l ttea > ^cury 

10. Highway 101, High, 
way 101, Warner Bros 



TOP POP 
ALBUMS 

1. Faith, f; cor - 
Michael, Columbia 

2. Dirty l) nnc , 
Soundtrack, RCA 

3. More Dirty Dancing 
Soundtrack, RCA 

4. Bod, Michael Jackson 
Epic 

5. The Hardline Accord- 
ing To Terence Trent 
D'Arby, Terence Trent 
D'Arby, Columbia 

6. Now And Zen, Robert 
Plant, EsparanzaMtlantic 

MCA Tl f ny - Tiffany ' 

8. Appetite For Destruc- 
tion, Guns & Roses, 
Geffen 

9. Savage Amusement, 
The Scorpions, 
Mercury/Polygram 

10. Let It Loose, Gloria 
Estefan & Miami Sound 
Machine, Epic 



Arrives for duty 

Air Force Sgt. Bryan 
D. Cclement. brother of 
EtUi Clement of North 
Chicago, has arrived for 
duty in the Phillipincs: 
Clement is a telephone 
equipment installation 
and repair specialist with 
the 1961 Communications 
Croup. He is a 1976 
graduate of West Side 
High School in Gary. 



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Tot nature programs 
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'Rambo 9 is what he is, Y es 

but nobody does it better * * * 

byBILLDOTSON 

One thing bothers me about "Rambo" IH": No, its 
not the countless explosions and killings, or torture 
scenes and mindless violence, or simplistic morality, 
or Rambo's unbelievable feats of superhuman 
strength. I look for that in a Rambo movie. No, the 
problem is- that title. 

The first Rambo flick was titled "First Blood". The 
second was called "Rambo: First Blood, Part 1T\ 
Now we have "Rambo III". Strictly speaking, this one 
should be either "First Blood III" or "Rambo II", 
Shouldn't it? But that, as they say, is "neither here 
nor there". ( What a dumb saying. ) 

There is nothing new about the plot of this movie. 
The hero is a deeply troubled man asked to come out 
of retirement for a special dangerous mission. He 
refuses until something happens that forces him to 
change his mind so he heads into battle as a one-man 
army. 

So I didn't like it, right? Wrong. This stuff may have 
been done before, but not always this well. 

This kind of movie- an "action picture"- is not for 
everybody, but, in this reviewer's view, nobody knows 
how to make this kind better than Stallone. A Rambo 
movie has a very specific image to live up to, and this 
one doesn't disappoint in that department. 

In comparing the series, I have to say I liked the 
second film better, partly because of the brief but 
interesting relationship that developed between 
Rambo and a female commando he teamed up with. 
That part of the story brought out another side of 
Rambo, and made him more interesting as a person. 

But "Rambo III" has its nice little .exti;a touches, 
too. Rambo makes a couple of sarcastic wisecracks 
that work because of Stallone's ultimate deadpan 
delivery. 

Much of the focus this time is on the friendship 
between Rambo and Colonel Trautman (Richard 
Crenna), which was also a very interesting element of 
"First'Blood". 

Crenna is an actor who has done good work before 
(i.e., "Table For Five", with Jon Voight) but tends to 
get overlooked. Its good to see him be a part of 
something that can bring him some widespread 
recognition. 

Granted, Rambo movies won't turn up on PBS' 
Masterpiece Theatre. But they deliver what they 
promise. Now if they could just get this title- 
numbering thing worked out... 



'Rambo' is just one 
grunt too many 



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by GLORIA DAVIS 

American film audiences have been fascinated by 
leading men who are super strong, silenKor should I 
say illiterate), brutal and capable of performing 
super human feats in the fight for freedom and justice 
for all ever since the introduction of the talkies and' 
the advent of Tarzan back in the 1930s 

On that list are the early western heroes who never 
lost their white hats no mater how many of those 
black-hatted bad hombres jumped them. I often 
wondered if those running leaps onto their horse's 
back were the reason they always ended up kissing 
the horse and riding off into the sunset alone. 

Then came the '80s and grunting Rocky, various 
interpretations by Arnold Schawrtzenager, and that 
ever popular grunting Rambo! 

"Rambo III" has just opened at first run theaters 
everywhere and that makes two visits too many from 
our "First Blood" boy who was made interesting 
simply on the basis of shock value. 
He also drew much sympathy which died at the end of 
the first of the Rambo series as far as this reviewer is 
concerned. 

"Rambo III" is one big battle scene set in 
Afghanistan where our hero ends up trying to free his 
friend Richard Crenna who has been captured and 
tortured by the Russians. 

The producers of this film must have used enough 
explosives to have retaken the real Afghanistan from 
the Ruskies as they blow up everything and everyone 
in sight in very bloody technicolor. 

At least heroes like Superman are presented for 
what they are, non-human fantasies. 

In "Rambo" we are asked to believe that the 
superhuman feats he performs are a result of keeping 
in shape, living off of the land and the excellent jungle 
fighting survival and training program Crenna put 
him through. 

After battling a couple of hundred armed Russians 
for about an hour, running about 20 miles and clim- 
bing the sheer side of a mountain, our hero gets 
stabbed in the side, removes the broken blade which is 
imbedded there by simply pushing it out while 
grimacing once or twice, tosses a little gun powder in 
the wound, lights it so the wound is cauterized and 
then proceeds to reenter the foray. 

Come on now! If you're really into explosions and 
blood, rent the video of the first two Rambo flicks and 
save that $5.50! 



Parents who want to 
share their interest in 
nature with their four to 
six year olds are invited 
to sign up for a four 
week Parent-Tot 

program at Deerfield's 
Edward L. Ryerson 
Conservation Area in 
June. 

A combination of 
explorations, games, 
stories, and crafts will 
be presented by 
naturalists to encourage 
nature awareness. * 

Tuesday sessions 



Hosts annual dinner 

The Catholic Woman's 
Club of North Chicago, 
Wadsworth and Zion held 
its installation dinner on 
Thursday, June 9 at the 
Waukegan Yacht Club. 
The after dinner en- 
tertainment was ex- 
pected to be provided by 
the "Sunday Phunnies" 
from Our Lady of 
Humility Parish in 
•Waukegan. 



begin June 14, Thursday 
sessions begin June 16, 
and Friday sessions 
begin June 17. All 
sessions begin June 16. 
and P'riday sessions 
begin June 17. All 
sessions run for four 
weeks from 10:30 a.m. to 
noon. The fee is $5 for 
Lake County individuals 
and $8 for out-of-county 
individuals. Reser- 
vations are required and 
limited, and can be 
made by calling 
(312)948-7750. 

Managed by the Lake 
County Forest Preserve 
District. Ryerson Woods 
is a 550 acre nature 
preserve that allows 
quiet recreation such as 
birdwatching. hiking, 
and nature photography. 

Located one half mile 
west of the toll way. 
between Deerfield Rd. 
and Rte. 22. it is open 
every day from 8:30 
a.m. to 5 p.m. For a full 
schedule of summer 
programs, call; 



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weekends for area 
then Ire goers to see the 
captivating musical 
comedy "Dracula: The 



Musical?" at the PM&L 
Theatre- 877 Main St.. 
Antioch. Remaining 
show dates are June 
10,11,16,17,18 at 8 p.m. 



Berries to pick June 12 



The 1988 Strawberry 
Crop is looking plentiful 
in the Northern Illinois 
and Southern Wisconsin 
area. Pick your own 
strawberry farms are 
anticipating a Sunday, 
June 12 opening with 
good berries. Prices will 
be in a range from $3.90 
to $3.95 for a four quart 
container, however some 



growers price by the 
pounds. That price 
ranges from .60 to .65 
cents per pound. Pre 
picked berries will be 
available at some farms 
where the reported price 
is $1.00 per pound. For 
those that like to do their 
berry picking early some 
farms will have early- 
morning hours. 



and Sunday matinees on 
June 12 and 19 at .2:30 
p.m! 

PM&L announces a 
"special" on Thursday 
evening, June 16. To 
introduce its new 
Thursday evening 
program for musical 
productions, one may 
bring a friend for half 
price, when presenting 
the season ticket or paid 
admission ticket. In other 
words, double the 
fun. ..bring someone! 

Call (312)395-3055 for 
reservations or further 
information. Reser- 
vations are very im- 
portant so theatre 
patrons are assured of 



seating availability. 
Tickets must be picked 
up at the box office at 
least 15 minutes before 
curtain time. 

Cast members for 
"Dracula: The 

Musical?" are Jerry 
Phalen, Ken Scheske, 
Pat English. Wanda 
Schaefer, Tracy 

Kiederlen, Peter Thelen, 
Michelle Cline. and Fran 
Jansta. Directors are 
Ken Smouse and Sander 
Sunberg. Pianist is Ralph 
Trieger. Janet Reynolds 
is stage manager and 
Nancy Manzardo is doing 
lighting and designing 
and creating the 
costumes: 



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Lake Perch. Cattish, Haddock, Popcorn Shrimp, BBQ Ribs, Roast 
Beef, Polish Sausage, fried Chicken, Potato Pancakes • 

Or Ocean Perch Fish Fry $3.95 

Saturday Crab Lag Buffet. .... . .$11.95 



Grass Lake Landing 
Food and Spirits 

Opaa DejHy-1 IsM Closed fleas. 

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Serving Homemade Pizza 

Breakfast-Specials Sat. & Sun. 

Serving 9-1:00 p.m. 

Friday Fish Fry $4.95 

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1988 American Eagle Silver Dollars have landed at the First National Bank 
of 'Af^A^ericli Eagle : Silver D^are £ f.c.al **al tender uncr- 
dilated silver dollars, issued by the United States Mint. 

tfnUl ^cenUv American Eagles were only available on a limited basis, 
orimariW^uRhcoin and precious metal dealers. For the first time ever 
£San Earils are being made available to the general public through 
fiSS iiStSutions nationwide, including the First National Bank of An- 

H AH silver dollars are not created equal. For example, circulating j^jjvfj* 
doltan nSias tte Susan B. Anthonyand Eisenhower doUar coins conUin no 
citvpr stall but are minted from an alloy of copper and nickel. . 
Sntcommmorative silver dollars weigfi\86 ounce and contain approx- 

Mnfa<n m ounce of silver. The best news for customers is the pnce. Other 
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Rose Bushes 
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reg. $8.95 

Bedding Plants 

$8.50 a flat ^»-^ Hours: 

Impatlents & Begonia's M°n- *"» Friday 

r 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

$1 0.50 a flat Sat. & Sunday 

Fresh Cut Flowers! fr 30 a - m - ,0 6:00 P- m - 

COUNTRY GARDENS GREENHOUSE 
And Floral Shop 

Southeast Corner Of Rts. 45 & 132 
(3 12) 356-2033 



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620 Route 173, Antioch, IL 60002 
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Lake Zurich Alpiners 

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8 p.m. ond boh-oon lip.. Dane, tool I, Mamtraam. *n* JSSmJS PWjSwi 
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Big Brothers Big Sisters 

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wormth ol a ono-.o-on. Ir*«d»h.p ih. pn«rn«J»«« ££*•*!* Gu~~ H 
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you 1-1 your ch.U/(hM«M OC~ U. » , M OH.MJ ^ ^^J^ * *.*. ~ 
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Museum 
folk song 

The Lake County 
Museum is holding a 
program on Sunday, July 
10, from noon to 4 p.m. 
entitled "Pleasures and 
Pastimes". The program 
will feature live folk 
music performed by 
Doug and Bonnie Miller, 
storytelling by Jim May, 
games and refreshments. 
Visitors are en- 
couraged to bring a 
picnic lunch to beautiful 
Lakewood Forest 
Preserve and enjoy an 
afternoon of. fun and 
entertainment. The 
program is sponsored by 
a grant from the Lake 
County Arts Council, 
which .is part of the 
Illlinois Arts Council, a 
state agency. 

Lake County Forest 
Preserve Dist. President 
Donald Strenger stated, 
"■We are grateful to the 
Lake County Arts Council 
for their support of this 
program. 



Aero Wednesday Singles 

„„*>»» 15. to m«». *»ormohon<oll (312)367 7091 

Round Lake Class Reunion 

l^wh. N. AO073. 

Singles dance 

^; ? wjMmo^p»3JWW. --■ an 

Trustees meet m 

The regular meetings 
of the Fox Lake Board of 
Trustees are held at 7:30 
p.m. on the first and third 
Mondavs of each month 
in the Village Hall 



Jewelry exhibit 



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I ^fiSESS SE&Ai ond Mund.Lm. Ih t lh.m. ol Ih. wnkig't dtvolien *. 5t. 
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Alliance for the mentally ill 

AMI oll.r. h.lp to Ih. lom,l,.» ond Ir-nd. ol lh« m^iolly HI, M..l.ngt oll.r .oppbrf; 

i^.lo «nd work lo r.mov th. ilqmo ol bo^g mtntolly ill. M^t.ng» or. h.ld ol 5:15 
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Hours: 
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Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-Midnight 
Sun. Noon-1 0:30 p.m. 






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Lakeland Newspapers Weekly TV Guide 



Daily 



5:00 A.M. 

- Headline News 
farled Program* 
Ulce 

lorning Stretch 

[America'* Value Network 
1] - Aeroblct 

5:30 A.M. 

lorning Stretch 

IBS News 
(20 Minute Workout 
[Faith Twenty 

lusiness This Morning 

Tom I Jerry's Funhouse 
[Shape Up 

- Nation's Business Today 
6:00 A.M. 

[Business This Morning 
Before Hours 
This Morning 
; ABC News (CC). 
iMuppets 
[To Life: Yoga 
ABC News Left In Progress 

(Jimmy Swaggart 
[SuccesS'N'Life 
[Varied Programs 
[700 Club 

6:07 A.M. 
[Before Hours 

6:15 A.M. 

- News 
t.M. Weather 

[AM Weather 
Jody Pulse 

6:30 A.M. 
IBS News Joined in Progress 

- NBC News 
Ipirat Zone 

lightly Business Report (R) 
leadline News 
IBC News Left In Progress 

iverty Hills Teens 
•Man and Masters of the 

6:45 A.M. 
»ws 

ttha Yoga (R) 
7:00 A.M. 
this Morning 

- Today (in Stereo) 
-Good Morning America 

lozo 

»esame Street (CC). 
lightly Businoss Report 
foody Woodpecker 
: aith Twenty 
fhundercats (CC). 
[Varied Programs 
7:05 A.M. 
[Beverly Hillbillies 
7:15 A.M. 
i AM Weather 

7:30 A.M. 
[Sesame Street (CC). 
Bugs Bunny and Friends 
[Richard Roberts 
i Dennis the Menace 
Economics U$A 
James Robison 

7:35 A.M. 
Bewitched 

8:00 A.M. 
Sally Jessy Raphael 
Smurfs* Adventures 
Captain Kangaroo (CC). 
Scooby Doo 
Woody Woodpecker 
Art Is Fun 
Today With Marilyn Hlckey 

8:05 A.M. 
Little House on the Prairie 

8:30 A.M. 
Teddy Ruxpln 

- Mister Rogers 

Flintstones 

Market Reports and News 

My Little Pony 

- Varied Programs 
8:50 A.M. 

Ask an Expert 



9:00 A.M. 
O - $25,000 Pyramid 
O - Sale of the Century 
O - Young and the Restless 
O - Oprah Winfrey (CC). 
O - Incredible Hulk 
CD - Body Pulse 
ID - Sesame Street (CC). 
CD - Hour Magazine (R) 
CD - Mister Ed 
© - Wonder Woman 
€D - Movie 
© - Shape Up 

9:05 A.M. 
CB - Movie 

9:15 A.M. 
© - Businoss Newsmakers 

9:30 A.M. 
O - Card Sharks 
O O - Classic Concentration 
O CD - Varied Programs 
CD - I Dream of Jeannle 
CD - Headline News 

10:00 A.M. 
O O - Price Is Right 
O O - Wheel of Fortuno 
Q CD- Who's the Boss? (R) 
O - Charlie's Angels 
CD - Mister Rogers 
CD - Dukes of Hazzard 
CD - News 
CD - Donahue 
CD - Among Friends 
IESPNJ - Getting Fit 

10:30 A.M. 
O - Trapper John, M.D. 
O - Win, Lose or Draw 
O CD - Home 
CD - Captain Kangaroo 
CD - Stock Market Observer 

11:00 A.M. 
O - Photoplay 
O - Super Password 
O - Donahue 
O - Ryan's Hope 
O - Geraldo 

CD - Reading Rainbow (CC). (R) 
CD - All My Children 
CD - Love Boat 
CD - News 
CD - Brady Bunch 
CD - Heritage (R) 
CD - Varied Programs 
(ESPN) - Aerobics 

11:05 A.M. 
CD - CHiPs 

11:30 A.M. 
O - Young and the Restless 
O O - Scrabble 
O - Loving 

© CD - Sesame Street (CC). 
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CD - Munsters 
CD - Varied Programs 
CD - Victory Today I 
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12:00 P.M. 
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O - All My Children 
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CD - Psychiatry & You 
(ESPN] - Varied Programs 

12:05 P.M. 
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12:30 P.M. 
O O - Bold and the Beautiful 
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CD - Collectors 
CD - Hollywood Squares 
CD - Varied Programs 
CD - Stock Markot Observer 
CD - Headline News 

1:00 P.M. 
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O CD - One Life to Live 
O - Varied Programs 
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CD - World at War (R) 
CD - Camp Meeting U.S.A. 

1:30 P.M. 
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CD - Get Smart 

2:00 P.M. 
OO- Guiding Light 

O O - Santa Barbara 
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CD - Varied Programs 


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CD - Batman 


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CD - Family Ties 


CD - Family Restoration Clinic 


© - Ml Amada Beatrlz 


2:05 P.M. 


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© - Art Is Fun: Cove Seascape: 


2:30 P.M. 


Fun With Space (R) 


CD - Jem 


© - Sing Out America 


CD - Stock Markot Observer 


[H0O| - Coming Attractions 


CD - Tom and Jerry 


6:05 P.M. 


CD - Varied Programs 


CD - Andy Griffith 


2:35 P.M. 


6:30 P.M. 


CD - Flintstones 


O O - Entertainment Tonight (In 


3:00 P.M. 


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O O - Love Connection 


O - Wheel of Fortune 


O - Oprah Winfrey (CC). 


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f) - Divorce Court 


O - Wheel of Fortune (CC). 


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O - Barney Miller 


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CD - Current Affair 


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CD - 100 Huntley Street 


© - Headline News 


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IHBOJ - MOVIE: 'Welcome To 18' 


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3:05 P.M. 


6:35 P.M. 


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CD - Andy Griffith 


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3:30 P.M. 


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CD - Real Ghostbusters 
© - Varied Programs 
3:35 P.M. 
CD - Brady Bunch 

4:00 P.M. 
O - People's Court 
O - Win, Lose or Draw 
Q - Newlywed Game 
O - Superior Court 
O - News 
© - Mister Rogers 
CD - Sesame Street (CC). 
CD - Geraldo 
© - Real Ghostbusters 
CD - DuckTales 
63 - Body Pulse (R) ' 
CO - Varied Programs 
4:05 P.M. 
CD - Laverne & Shirley • 

4:30 P.M. 
O - First Edition 
O - Jeopardyl (CC). 
O - News 

O - The Judge (CC). 
CD - Sesame Street (CC). 
CQ © - Double Dare (CC). 
© - Dla a Dla 

C9 - Education of Gifted and Tal- 
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• 4:35 P.M. 
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5:00 P.M. 
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O - Good Times 
CD - World of Survival 
C9-M*A*S*H 
CD - Facts of Life 
CD - Happy Days 
CD - Prime Time for Parents 
CD - Llghtmuslc 

5:05 P.M. 
CD - Father Knows Best 

5:30 P.M. 
OO- NBC News (CC). 
O - CBS News (CC). 
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O - Jeflertons 
CD - 3-2-1 Contact (CC). (R) 
m - Nightly Business Report 
CD - Leave It to Beaver 
CD - Notlciero Telemundo 
CD - Too Close for Comfort 
CD - Varied Programs 
CD - Varied Programs 
5:35 P.M. 
CD - Carol Burnett and Friends 

FRIDAY 



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6:00 P.M. 
CBS News (CC). 



OO- TV's Bloopers & Practical 
Jokes (R) 

O CD - Perfect Strangers (CC). (R) 
O - Barney Miller 
CD CD - Washington Week In Re- 
view (CC). 

CD - Three's a Crowd 
© - Selva Maria 
© - Taxi 

CD - World at War (R) 
CD - 700 Club 

[ESPN] - College World Series: 
Teams to be announced. (Live) 

7:05 P.M. 
CD - Gomer Pyle, USMC 

7:30 P.M. 
O CD - Full House (CC). (R) 
O - Major League Baseball: Chi- 
cago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals 
(Live) 

CD O - Wall Street Week: Auto 
Stocks in Reserve? 
CD CD - Major League Baseball: 
Milwaukee Brewers at Chicago 
White Sox (Live) 

7:35 P.M. 
CD - Major League Baseball: At- 
lanta Braves at Houston Astros 
(Live) 

8:00 P.M. 
O O - MOVIE: 'Under the Influ- 
ence' (CC) (R) 

OO- Sonny Spoon (CC). (R) (In 
Stereo) 

O CD- 20/20 (CC). 
CD - Deaf and Blind Premiere (CC). 
O - Chicago Week in Review (Live) 
© - Cinema 26 . 
CD - MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour 
CD - Gloria 

(HBO] - MOVIE: 'The Gate' (In 
Stereo) 

8:30 P.M. 
O - Trying Times (CC). 
CD - Classroom 88 

9:00 P.M. 
O O - Miami Vice (CC). (In 
Stereo) 

CD - On Stage at Wolf Trap (In 
Stereo) 

O - America's Children: Who 
Cares, Who Should? 
CD - Nightly Business Report 
CD - Among Friends 

9:30 P.M. 
O - European Journal 
(HBO) - MOVIE: 'Cujo' 

10:00 P.M. 
O O O O O CD - News 
O - World of Survival 
O - Deaf and Blind (CC). 
Q - Informacion 26 
O - Hatha Yoga (R) 
CD - Victory Today I 

10:20 P.M. 
O - Portrait of America: West Vir- 
ginia 

10:30 P.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Back Roads' (R) 
O - Magnum, P.I. 
O CD - Tonight Show (In Stereo) 
O - Cheers 



O - Nlghtline (CC). 
O CD - News 

CB - Nature (CC). (R) (In Stereo) 
CD - Hill Street Blues 
C9 - Preciosa 
CD - EastEnders 
CD - Headline News 
|ESPN] - SportsCenter 
11:00 P.M. 
O - Jeflersons 
O - MOVIE: 'Berlin Express' 
O - Twilight Zone 
CD - Late Show (In Stereo) 
CD - Rod and Reel: Provo-Jewel of 
the Indies (R) 
CD - PTL Club 

(ESPN] - Volleyball: Manhattan 
Beach Open Tournament (R) 

11:05 P.M. 
[HBO) - MOVIE: 'Heaven Help Us' 

11:20 P.M. 
CD - Night Tracks (In Stereo) 

11*30 P M 
O O - Late Night With David Let- 
terman (R) (In Stereo) 
O - WKRP In Cincinnati 
O - MOVIE: 'The Seduction' 
CD - Wild America (CC). (R) 
CD - Nlghtline (CC). 
CD - Morton Downey Jr. (R) 
CD - Estrenos y Estrellas 

12:00 A.M. 
O - Nascar 
CD - Wil Shrlner (R) 
CD - Wrestling: WWF Superstars of 
Wrestling 

CD - Psychiatry & You 
(ESPNJ - Powerboat Racing: Inter- 
national Outboard Grand Prix 
(Taped) 

12:15 A.M. 
CD - MOVIE: 'Providence' 

12:20 A.M. 
CD - Night Tracks (In Stereo) 

12:30 A.M. 
O - Friday the 13th: The Series 
(R) 

O - Friday Night Videos (In 
Stereo) 

CD - MOVIE: 'Zulu Dawn' 
© - Show de Charytin 
CD - Something Beautiful 

12:40 A.M. 
O - News (R) 

12:50 A.M. 
O - News (R) 

12:55 A.M. 
(HBO] - MOVIE: 'Delivery Boys' 

1:00 A.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Red River' 
CD - Sybervision 
CD - News (R) 
[ESPN] - SportsLook 

1:10 A.M. 
O - Entertainment Tonight (In 
Stereo) 

1:20 A.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Seven Days Ashore' 
CD - Night Tracks (In Stereo) 

1:30 A.M. 
O - Friday Night Videos (In 
Stereo) 

O CD - News (R) 
O - Keys to Success 
© - Reforma TV 
CD - MOVIE: 'Zontar: Thing from 
Venus' 

CD - Solid Rock V D 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 
1:40 A.M. 
O - Fan Club 

2:00 A.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Devil's Nightmare' 
O- INN News 
CD - Easy Way to Lose Weight 
© - Cinema 26 
CD - Nite Lite 
(ESPN) - Inside the PGA Tour 

SATURDAY 



6/11/88 



6:00 A.M. 
O - Newday Chicago 
O - Agriculture U.S.A. 
O - Hickory Hideout 
O - Popeye and Son 
O - Larry Jones 
O - Look In (R) 
CD - It's Your Business 
CD - Esta Semana 
CD - Beverly Exercise 
(ESPNJ - SportsCenter 



6:05 A.M. 
CD - Gunsmoke 

6:30 A.M. 
O CD - Young Universe 
O - Kldsongs (R) (In Stereo) 
O - Flying Whales and Peacock 
Tales 

O - Dennis the Menace 
O - Heart of Chicago 
CD - Milwaukee Observer 
CD - Sunderwirth Barbershop 
(ESPNJ - Thoroughbred Digest 

7:00 A.M. 
O O - Hello Kitty's Furry Tale 
Theater 

OO- Disney's Adventures of the 
Gumml Bears (CC). 
O CD - Little Clowns of Happy- 
town (CC). 

O - U.S. Farm Report 
CD - Market to Market 
O - Nightly Business Report (R) 
CD - Hee Haw (R) 
© - El Club del Nino 
CD - 32 This Week 
CD - John Ankerberg 
(ESPNI - Tom Mann Outdoors 

7:05 A.M. 
CD - Bonanza 

7:30 A.M. 
O O - Jim Henson's Muppet Ba- 
bies (CC). 

O O - Smurfs (CC). 
O CD - Pound Puppies (CC). 
O - World Tomorrow 
CD - Bodywatch (CC). (R) 
O - Growing a Business: The 
Broader Vision 
© - Garner Ted Armstrong 
CD - Toddler's Friends 
(HBO) - The Bet 
[ESPN] - SpeedWeek 

7:55 A.M. 
(ESPNJ - Auto Racing: Start of 24 
Hours of LeMans, from France. 
(Live) 

8:00 A.M. 
O CD - My Pet Monster (CC). 
O - Charlando 
CD - Modern Maturity (CC). 
O - Woodwright's Shop 
CD - Soul Train (In Stereo) 
© - Bombay Broadcasting Net- 
work 

CD - Great Lakes Boater 
CD - Learn to Read 
CD - Color Me A Rainbow 
(HBOl - MOVIE: 'Harry and the Hen- 
dersons' (CC) (In Stereo) 

8:05 A.M. 
CD - World of Audubon 

8:30 A.M. 
O CD - Little Wizards (CC). 
O - People to People 
CD - Outdoor Wisconsin (R) 
CD - This Old House (CC). 
CD - Your Right to be Lean 
CD - Learn to Read 
CD - Davey & Goliath 
(ESPNJ - Outdoor Life 
9:00 A.M. 
O - Pee-wee's Playhouse 
O O - ALF (CC). 
O CD - Real Ghostbusters (CC). 
O - Minority Business Report 
CD CD - Motorweek 
CD - Solid Gold In Concert (R) (In 
Stereo) 

© - Sangeeta Presents... 
CD - Real Estate Showcase 
CD - TV High School (R) 
CD - Flying House 
[ESPNJ - Truck and Tractor Pull 

9:05 A.M. 
CD - Portrait of America: West Vir- 
ginia 

9:30 A.M. 
O - Mighty Mouse: The New Ad- 
ventures (CC). 

O O - Alvin and the Chipmunks 
(CC). 

O - Small Wonder 
O - Superman 
CD - Victory Garden (CC). 
O - Take Charge! 
CD - Comedy Classics 
CD - TV High School (R) 
CD - Superbook 
(ESPN) - Sports Trivia 
10:00 A.M. 
O - Popeye and Son 
O - Nags (CC). 

O - Jim Henson's Fraggle Rock 
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O - Weekend Open House 
O CD - Bugs Bunny & Tweety 
re Show(CC). . 
O - Good Timet 
CD - Frugel Gourmet (R) (In 
Stereo) 

CD - Headline Newt 
CD - NWA Pro Wrettllng 
© - Ernett Angley 
- Model Railroading (R) 
ID - Kldt Like You 
|HBO| - MOVIE: 'Seven Mlnutet In 
Heaven' (CC) 

IESPN) - Scholastic Sportt Amer- 
ica: Visit to Moscow (R) 

10:05 A.M. 
O - NWA Pro Wrettllng 

10:30 A.M. 
O - Dennis the Menace 
O - American Bandstand 
O - New Archies (CC). 
O © - Fllntttone Kids (CC). 
O - Anglers In Action 
CD - This Old House (CC). (R) 
CD - Gospel Bill 
(ESPN) - GameDay 

11:00 A.M. 
DO- Teen Wolf (CC). 
G - Foofur (CC). 
O © - Animal Crack-Up* 
O - Soul Train 
« CD - Make Yourself at Home 
CD - World Wide Wrestling 
6D - Alabare (Spanish) 
© - WWF Wrestling Challenge 
CD - German Professional Soccer 
© - Solid Rock V D 
IESPNJ - Horse Show Jumping: 
Chrysler Classic, from Calgary. 
Can. (Taped) 

11:05 A.M. 
© - MOVIE: 'Godzilla vs. the Mons- 
ter Zero* 

11:30 A.M. 
O O - Galaxy High 
O - This Week In Baseball 
O - I'm Telling! (CC). 
O © - Health Show 
© - Sesame Street (CC). 
63 - How to Make $500 A Day Ev- 
ery Day 
© - Solo Act 

(HBO] - MOVIE: 'Howard the Duck' 
(CC) (In Stereo) 

12:00 P.M. 
O O - Sports Saturday (Live) 
O - MOVIE: 'Child of Glass' 
- American Bandstand 
O © - Weekend Special (CC). 
Part 2 ol 2. (R) 
Q - MOVIE: 'Batman' 
© - DeGrassI Junior High (CC). 
© - MOVIE: 'Flame of the Barbery 
Coast' 

ED - How to Build a Fortune In 
1988 

© - Brady Bunch 
© - MOVIE: 'My Favorite Bru- 
nette' 

© - Weekend Gardener 
[ESPN] - Triathlon: U.S.T.S. Race, 
from Miami. (Taped) 

12:30 P.M. 
O -Golf: Mazda Senior TPC Tour- 
nament (Live) 
© - Mister Rogers 
© - Bodywatch (CC). 
© - This New Home 

© - Philippine Report 

© - MOVIE: 'Gunfight at the O.K 

Corral* 

© - Headline News 

1:00 P.M. 
O - Lifestyles of the Rich and Fa- 
mous 

© - OWL/TV (CC). (R) 
© - Comrades (CC). (In Stereo) 
© - MOVIE: 'Elmer' 
© - Chinese Spotlight (Chinese) 
© - One Hundred Percent Living 
Greek 

(ESPN] - Auto Racing: Barber Saab 
Pro Series, from Lakevllle, Conn. 

(R) 

1:05 P.M. 
© - MOVIE: 'The Catered Affair' 
(Colorized Version) 

1:30 P.M. 
© - Newton's Apple (CC). (R) 
© - Sewing With Nancy: instant 
Decorating Part 3 of 3. (R) 
[HBO] - Welcome Home 
[ESPN] - Auto Racing (Live) 

2:00 P.M. 
O - Major League Baseball: Kan- 
sas City Royals at California Angels 
or Baltimore Orlotes at New York 
Yankees (Live) 

O - Major League Baseball: An In- 
side Look 

O - MOVIE: 'The Virgin Queen* 
© - Nova (CC). (R) 
© - Planet Earth (CC). 
© - MOVIE: 'The Long Hot Sum- 
mer' 

© - Collectors 
© - Vlvere al 100 Per Cento 
[HBO] - MOVIE: 'Foul Play' 

2:15 P.M. 
O - Major League Baseball: Kan- 
sas City Royals at California Angels 
or Baltimore Orioles at New York 
Yankees (Live) 

2:30 P.M. 
O - To Be Announced. 
© © - Golf: Jack Nicklaus' Grea- 
»• test 18 Holes of Major Champion- 
1 ship Golf (Live) 

© - From a Country Garden (R) 
[ESPN] - Horse Racing: Belmont 
Stakes Special (Live) 

3:00 P.M. 
BO- PGA Golf: Manufacturers 
Hanover Classic Third. Round 
(Live) 

- Nature (CC). (R) (In Stereo) 
© - Hometime (CC). 
© - TV Arabic Hour, Inc 
© - Buck Rogers 
© - Microwave Master 
0-YI YeAvila 

3:05 P.M. 
© - Andy GriBth 

3:30 P.M. 
© © - Wide World of Sports: Bel- 
mont Stakes (Live) 
© - Victory Garden (CC). 
© - Persian Hour 
© - Great Chefs of Chicago (R) 
- Etta et la Vida 
(ESPN) - Fithln' Hole 
3:39 P.M. 
Pyte, OSeev 



4:00 P.M. 
O - Puttln' on the Hits (R) (In 
Stereo) 

© - Moneymakers: Diagram for a 
New Investor 

© - Rod and Reel: Crank Baits and 
Spinner Baits 

© - Beautiful Korea (Korean) 
© - Freedomfett 
© - Kathy'a Kitchen 
© - Vicente Montano (Spanish) 
[HBO] - MOVIE: 'Captive Hearts' 
(CC) (In Stereo) 

[ESPN] - Drag Racing: IHRA Spring 
Nationals (R) 

4:05 P.M. 
© - Beverly Hillbillies 

4:30 P.M. 
O - T and T (CC). (R) (In Stereo) 
© - Make Yourself at Home (R) 
© - Justin Wilson's Louisiana 
Cookln' • Outdoors (R) 
© - Woodcarving With Rick Butz 
© - Nuestro Pueblo Hlspano 

4:35 P.M. 
© - Fishing with Orlando Wilson 

5:00 P.M. 
O - Academic Bowl '88 
© - Jeopardyl (CC). 
O O O - News 

- Bustin' Loose (R) (In Stereo) 
© - Frugal Gourmet (R) (In 
Stereo) 

© - This Old House (CC). 
© - Slskel & Ebert 
63 - Eddie Korosa's Polka Party 
© - Computer Chronicles 
[ESPN] - Auto Racing (Live) 

5:05 P.M. 
© - World Championship Wres- 
tling 

5:30 P.M. 
O O - CBS News (CC). 
O O - NBC News 
O © - ABC News (CC). 
O - Charles in Charge (CC). (R) 
© - This Old House (CC) (R) 
© - Frugal Gourmet (R) (In 
Stereo) 

© - Midwest Outdoors Limited 
© - Hobby Shop: Collectibles (R) 
© - Herald of Truth 

6:00 P.M. 
O O O © - News 
O - Your Vital Signs 
O - Children of Children 
O - It's a Living (R) 
© - Great Chefs of the West (R) 
© - Sneak Previews (In Stereo) 
© - Major League Baseball: Mil- 
waukee Brewers at Chicago White 
Sox (Live) 

© - To Be Announced. 
© - TV Workshop 
© - Fishing the West 
(HBO) - MOVIE: 'Karate Kid Pari 
Two' (CC) (In Stereo) 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

6:30 P.M. 
O - Slskel & Ebert 
© - Wheel of Fortune 
O - Fight Back! With David Horow- 
itz 

O - D.C. Follies 
Q - Mama's Family 
© - Wild America (CC). (R) 
© - McLaughlin Group 
© - Fight Back! With David Horow- 
itz (CC). (R) 
© - To Be Announced. 
© - European Journal (R) 
© - Headline News 
[ESPN] - Auto Racing: Ofl-Road 
Championship Grand Prix, from 
Houston. (Taped) 

7:00 P.M. 
© O - High Mountain Rangers 
(R) 

© - Throb 

O - Facts of Life (CC). (R) (In 
Stereo) 

O © - Probe (CC). (R) 
O - Major League Baseball: Chi- 
cago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals 
(Live) 

© - Lawrence Welk Show: Famous 
Resorts 

© - Nature (CC). (R) (In Stereo) 
© - Oral Roberts 
© - Freedomfest 
© - Firing Line 
© - In Touch 

7:05 P.M. 
© - Andy Griffith 

7:30 P.M. 
© O - 227 (CC). (R) (In Stereo) 
© - Major League Baseball: At- 
lanta Braves at Houston Astros 
(Live) 

© - Rock of Ages 
[ESPN] - Arena Football: Pitts- 
burgh Gladiators at New England 
Steamrollers (Live) 

8:00 P.M. 
© O - Tour of Duty (CC). (R) 
OO- Golden Girls (CC). (R) (In 
Stereo) 

© © - Ohara (CC). (In Stereo) 
© - Evening at Pops (R) (In 
Stereo) 
© - America By Design (CC). Part 

1 of 5. 

© - Comrades (CC). (R) 

© - Day of Discovery 

[HBO] - MOVIE: 'Harry and the Hen- 

dersons' (CC) (In Stereo) 

8:30 P.M. 
OO- Amen (CC). (R) (In &<ereo) 
© - Way of Deliverance 
© - Dwlght Thompson 

9:00 P.M. 
© © - Walter Cronkite at Urge 

O © - Hunter (R) (In Stereo) 

© © - Spenser: For Hire (CC). (R) 

(In Stereo) 

© - Ain't Nothin' But the Blues 

(CC). (Simulcast) (In Stereo) 

© - Hollywood 

© - Hogan's Heroes 

© - Jack Van Impe Presents 

© - Four Lives: Portraits of Manic 

Depression 

9:30 P.M. 
- Private Benjamin 
© - W.V. Grant 
© - What a Fellowship 

10:00 P.M. 
SO©0©0©- News 
© - Six Lives (R) 
© - Image Union 
© - Benny Hill 
ajp - Woclel Tomorrow 
©-Teal 



© - Rod and Reel: Fall Bass 
[HBO] - Roseanne Barr Show (CC). 
(In Stereo) 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

10:15 P.M. 
© - Night Tracks (In Stereo) 

10:30 P.M. 
O © - Hart to Hart 
© O - Saturday Night Live (In 
Stereo) 

O - ABC News (CC). 
O - MOVIE: 'None But the Brave' 
© - Austin City Limits (R) (In 
Stereo) 

© - Frontline (CC). 
© - MOVIE: 'Wanted: The Sund- 
ance Woman' 

© - WWF Wrestling Challenge 
© - American Art Forum 
© - Friday the 13th: The Serios 

(R) 

© - Some Girls 

© - Saturday Night Sing 



© - Look In 

© - Divine Plan 

© - World Wide Church of God 

© - Falthllne 

[HBO] - Adventures of Tom Sawyer 

[ESPN] - Inside the PGA Tour 

7:05 A.M. 
© - Flintstones 

7:15 A.M. 
© - What's Nu? 

7:30 A.M. 
© - Magic Door 

© - Countdown to 88: The Seoul 
Games 
O - Friends 

O - Of Cabbages and Kings 
O - Heritage of Faith 
© - Mister Rogers 
© - Kenneth Copeland 
© - World Tomorrow 
© - Dr. Dekruytor 
(HBO] - Seabert 
[ESPN] - Auto Racing: Finish of 24 




THE HOGAN 
FAMILY 

In the "Poetic 
Injustice" episode 
of MBCs "The 
Hogan Family," 
airing MONDAY, 
JUNE 13. English 
teacher Mr. 
Cameron (guest 
star Joe Spano) 
pays a house call 
on Sandy 
(Sandy Duncan) 
when Willie pla- 
giarizes a poem. 
(Re broadcast) 

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[ESPN] - AWA Championship Wres- 
tling 

10:45 P.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Our Family Honor' 

11:00 P.M. 
© - God Uses Ordinary People 
(HBO) - MOVIE: 'Let's Get Harry* (In 
Stereo) 

11:15 P.M. 
CD - Night Tracks (In Stereo) 

11:30 P.M. 
O - Qulncy 
O - VegaS 

© - All American Jazz (R) 
O - MOVIE: 'Lost Horizon' 
CD - G.L.O.W. Wrestling 
CD - Hug Tight 

CD - MOVIE: 'North By Northwest' 
CD - Liberty Hour 
[ESPN] - Australian Rules Football: 
Grand Final, from Melbourne (R) 

12:00 A.M. 
O - George Schlatter's Comedy 
Club 
O - It's Showtime at the Apollo 

12:15 A.M. 
CD - Night Tracks (in Stereo) 

12:30 A.M. 
O - Common Ground 
O - America's Top Ten 
O - Harry O 
CD - MOVIE: 'Wells Fargo' 
CD - MOVIE: 'Return of Red Tiger' 
63 - Cotsman's Secrets 
CD - Living Dally With the Scrip- 
tures 
[ESPN) - Auto Racing (Live) 

12:45 A.M. 
[HBO] - MOVIE: 'Nlghtforce' 

12:46 A.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Trapped' 

1:00 A.M. 
O - Puttln' on the Hits 
- Music City News Country 
Awards 

O - Tales From the Darkside 
CD - Time of Deliverance 

1:15 A.M. 
CD - Night Tracks (In Stereo) 

1:30 A.M. 
O - MOVIE: 'Bound for Glory* 
O - Countdown to 88: The Seoul 
Games 

O - Police Story 
O - At the Movies 
© - Cinema 26 
CD - Headline News 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 
2:00 A.M. 
O - News (R) 

O - INN Newt 

CD - Saturday Night Sing 

(ESPN] - Auto Racing: NASCAR 

Budwelser 500, from Dover, Del. 

(R) 

SUNDAY 



Hour* of LeMant Race, from 
France. (Live) 

7:35 A.M. 
CD - Tom & Jerry's Funhouse 

8:00 A.M. 
© O - Sunday Morning (CC). 
O - Sunday Today 
O - Everyman 
O - Weekend Edition 
O - Sunday Matt 
CD - Sesame Street (CC). 
CD - Mister Rogers 
CD - Children's Miracle Network 
Telethon Continues 
CD - Trantformert 
© - Frederick K. Price 
CD - Oral Roberts 
CD - MOVIE: 'Nicholas Nlckleby' 
CD - Ben Haden 
(HBO) - Survival 

8:05 A.M. 
CD - Flintstones 



8:30 A.M. 
O - Headlines on Trial 
O - Face to Face 
O - Popeye 

CD - Reading Rainbow (CC). (R) 
CD - In Reality 

CD - Captain Power and the Sol- 
diers of the Future (In Stereo) 
CD - Woody Woodpecker 
CD - Living Stones 
[ESPN] - Motorweek Illustrated 

8:35 A.M. 
CD - Andy Griffith 

9:00 A.M. 
O - Sunday Today 
O - Business World 
Q - Visionaries 
CD - Sesame Street (CC). 
CD - Deaf Mosaic 
CD - Channel 12 This Week Part 1 
of2. 

CD - Slime Time . 

CD - Jimmy Swaggart 
CD - It Is Written 
[HBO] - MOVIE: 'Indiana Jones and 
the Temple of Doom' (CC) (In 
Stereo) 
(espn) - Lighter Side of Sports 

9:05 A.M. 
CD - Good News 

9:30 A.M. 
O - Face the Nation 
O - Meet the Press (CC). 
O - World Tomorrow 
O CD - This Week With David 
Brlnkley (CC). 

O - Captain Power and the Sol- 
dier* of the Future 
CD - Headline Newt 
CD - Treasure Mall 
CD - DJ Kat Show 
CD - Lloyd Ogllvle 
JESPN1 - This Week In Sports 

9:35 A.M. 
CD - MOVIE: 'The Sand Pebbles' 

10:00 A.M. 
- Newsmakers 
O - Home Visions Show 
O - Answer Is Love 
O - MOVIE: 'My Name Is Nobody' 
CD - Sesame Street (CC). 
CD - Charles In Charge (CC). (R) 
© - Robert Schuller 
CD - MOVIE: 'Cheers for Miss 
Bishop' 
CD - Monument of Faith 

10:15 A.M. 
O - Barry Sllberg 

10:30 A.M. 
O - Academic Bowl '88 

O - Bowling With the Champs 
O - Meet the Press (CC). 
O - Merrill Lynch Realty: Home- 
source 

B - Eyewitness Forum 
CD - World Beat 

CD - Channel 12 This Week Part 2 
of 2. 

CD - Out of This World (R) (In 
Stereo) 

CD - Flintstones 
[ESPN] - GameDay 

11:00 A.M. 
O - Dr. Frank Field's Tett Series 



O^CIty Desk 

O - Sportsman's Friend / Harold 

Ensley 

O - Stellar Showcase 

CD - Corrldosl Tales of Passion and 

Revolution (CC). (R) (In Stereo) 

CD - Tony Brown's Journal 

CD - Wrestling: WWF Superstars of 

Wrestling 

CD - She's the Sheriff (R) 

CD - Jerry Falwell 

CD - Brady Bunch 

CD - Anointed Word II 

IHBOJ - Countdown to Tyson- 

Splnks 

(ESPN) - SpeedWeek 

11:20 A.M. 
[ESPN] - Auto Racing: Formula One 
Grand Prix of Canada, from Mon- 
treal. (Live) 

' 11:30 A.M. 
O - Greatest Sports Legends 
O - Outdoor Digest 
O - Essence 

O - All flew Bob Eucker Sports 
Show 

O - Ebony/Jet Showcase 
CD - Adam Smith's Money World 
CD - We Got It Made (R) 
CD - Happy Days 

11:45 A.M. 
|HBO) - MOVIE: 'The Mission' (CC) 
(In Stereo) 

12:00 P.M. 
O O - NBA Basketball: Cham- 
pionship Finals Game Three (Live) 
O - Born Famous 
O - Joe Louis, Heavyweight 
O - Puerto Rlcan Day Par»d9 
O - Lone Ranger 
CD - Wall Street Week: Auto Stocks 
In Reserve? 
CD - Firing Line 

CD - Wauwatosa Realty Home 
Showcase 

CD - MOVIE: 'Death Stalk' 
© - Apostolic Church of God 
CD - MOVIE: 'Lassie Come Home' 
CD - American Art Forum 
CD - Evangelist Frank Garrlt 

12:30 P.M. 
O - Thlt Week in Baseball 
CD - Washington Week in Review 
(CC) 

CD - 9 to 5 

CD - Collectibles. Etc.: Lionel 
Trains (R) 

1:00 P.M. 
OO- NBC Sports Special: Swim 
to Seoul (Taped) 

O CD - Golf: Mazda Senior TPC 
Classic (Live) 
O - Lead-Oil Man 
CD - MOVIE: 'Mon Oncle' (R) 
CD - John McLaughlin's One on 
One 

© - Religious Town Hall 
CD - Prime Time for Parents (R) 
CD - Christ Is the Answer 

1:15 P.M. 
O - Major League Baseball: Chi- 
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(Live) 

1:30 P.M. 



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O - Newday Chicago 
O - This Is the Life 
O - Oral Roberts 
O - James Kennedy 
CD - Wall Street Journal Report 
CD - Tom ft Jerry's Funhouse 
CD - Funtastlc World of Henna- 
Barbara 

CD - Lett Time Program 
CD - Robert Schuller 
CD - Choices We Face 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

6:30 A.M. 
O - Objective: Jobs 
O - Sunday Morning Worship 
- Nags 
O - Sunday Matt 
O - Robert Schuller (CC). 
- Wild Kingdom 
- Jewish Jewels 
(ESPN) - NBA Todey 

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- Dlf erent Drummers 
- Idea Shop 
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- Robert Schuller (CC). 
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ie Time for Parents (R) 
Ish Seminar 

[Superbouts: Muhammad 
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2:00 P.M. 
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ling: Luca DiLorenzl vs. 
is (Live) 
ME: 'The Little Kidnap* 

>nal Greek TV Show 
HE: 'National Velvet' 
is of Japan (R) 

I at Heart 
llstory of Tennis 

2:30 P.M. 
[PGA Golf: Manufacturers 
[Classic Final Round (Live) 
ir Chargers 
i: An Art of Line Part 1 of 

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;Truck and Tractor Pull 

3:00 P.M. 
fie 

»rtsWorld: Boxing and Ms. 
(Live) 

U.S. Open Golf Preview 
Ik Nlcklaus (Taped) 
Minted Word 

Lives: Portraits of Manic 

, >n (R) 

[MOVIE: 'Superman IV: The 
>r Peace' (CC) (In Stereo) 
Auto Racing: NASCAR 
ir 400, from Riverside, 
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3:30 P.M. 

- Boxing: James Buddy 
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rrence Welk Show: Famous 

>VIE: 'Lost' 
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4:00 P.M. 
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4:20 P.M. 
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4:30 P.M. 
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MOVIE: 'Police Academy 4: 
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4:35 P.M. 
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lb Lewandowskl Show - 
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John McLaughlin's One on 

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5:30 P.M. 

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- NBC Newt 

- ABC Newt (CC). 
[New Leave It to Beaver 
[Current Alalr 

| McLaughlin Group 
I Jamet Kennedy 
6:00 P.M. 

- 60 Minutes (CC). 
- Our House (CC). (In 

so) 

I - Disney Sunday Movie: The 
Fetort (CC). Part 2 of 2. (A 
ley Sunday Movie" presenta- 

[R) 

Melody Makers 

Lawrence Welk Show: Salute 
Inatra 

MOVIE: 'The Greet North! eld, 
icsota Raid' 

MOVIE: 'Wlndwalktr' . 

Stocks, Options & Commodl* 



21 Jump Street (R) (In Stereo) 
Tony Brown's Journal (R) ■ 
>N) - SporttCenter 
6:15 P.M. 
- MOVIE: 'Blind Date' (CC) 
Stereo) 

6:30 P.M. 
Contervatlvo Invettor 
Black Forum 



CD - James Roblson 

(ESPN) - Best of American Muscle 

Magazine 

7:00 P.M. 
O O - Murder, She Wroto (CC). 
O O - Family Tlci (CC). Part 2 of 

2. (R) (In Stereo) 
O d - MacGyvor (CC). (R) 
O - Billy Graham Crusado 
ID - Evening at Pops (R Simulcast) 
(In Stereo) 

CD - National Geographic (CC). 
€D - NNN Nows/Sunday Economy 
CD - America's Most Wanted 
CD - American Interests 
CD - Kennoth Copeland 
IESPN1 - Welghtllftlng: 1987 Wom- 
en's World Championship. (R) 

7:30 P.M. 
OQ-My Two Dads (R) (In 
Stereo) 

CD - Married... With Children (CC). 
(R) (In Stereo) 
CD - Here's to Your Health (R) 

8:00 P.M. 
O O - MOVIE: 'That Secret Sun- 
day' (CC) (R) 
O Q - Evergreen (CC). Part 1 of 

3. (R) 

O IB - MOVIE: 'Starcrossed' (CC) 

(R) 

Q - Star Search 

ID - Masterpiece Theatre: The Last 

Place on Earth (CC). Part 1 of 6. (R) 

ID - Evening at Pops 

CD - National Geographic Explorer 

CD - MOVIE: 'Days of Wine and 

Roses' 

€D - Grecian Spotlight (Greek) 

CD - It's Garry Shandling's Show 

(In Stereo) 

CD - Quest for the Killers (R) 

CD - Jerry Falwell 

[HBO] - MOVIE: 'Hooslers' (CC) (In 

Stereo) 

(ESPNI - Bodybuilding: AAU Mr. 

and Ms. Unlverte Championships 

(R) 

8*30 P M 

CD - Duet (CC). (R) (in Stereo) 

8:45 P.M. 
CD - Hellenic Theatre 
9:00 P.M. 
O - News 

CD - Masterpiece Theatre: The Last 
Place on Earth (CC). Part 1 of 6. (R) 
CD - Tracey Ullman Show (R) (In 
Stereo) 

CD - Innovation 
CD - Chicago Gospel Hour 
(ESPN]- Bodybuilding: IFBB Night 
of Champions (R) 

9:15 P.M. 
© - National Greek TV Show 

9:30 P.M. 
O - INN News 
O - Upstairs, Downstairs (R) 
CD - Werewolf (CC). (R) (In Stereo) 
CD - Naturescene 

10:00 P.M. 

OOOOOO- News 

O - Tales From the Darkside 

CB - Sports Page 

63 - Beautiful Korea (Korean) 

CB - Taxi 

CD - Search for the Thunder Li* 

zards 

CD - In Touch 

(HBOJ - George Carlln: What Am I 

Doing In New Jersey? (CC). (In 

Stereo) 

(ESPNI - SportsCenter 
10:30 P.M. 

O - Sports Extra 

O - Second Sunday 

- Sports Sunday 

O - Jeflersons 

a - Sportt Final 

O - Lou Grant 

O - No Place Like Home 

CD - Dave Allen at Large 

CD-M*A*S*H 

- Jerry Falwell 

CD - Hee Haw't 20th Anniversary 

Celebration 

CB - Bett of Saturday Night 

CD - Facet of Japan 

10:45 P.M. 

O- CBS Newt 

O - Sportt Machine 

O - ABC Newt (CC). 
10:55 P.M. 

CB - Good Neighbors 
11:00 P.M. 

- Entertainment This Week (In ' 

Stereo) 

O - Rockford Filet 
O - WKRP in Cincinnati 
' (B - MOVIE: 'Having It All' 
CD - Doctor Who 
CD - Odd Couple 
(9 - Sister E.R. Allen 
CB - 9 to 5 
CB - China 
CD - John Ankerberg 
(ESPN] - Surf ng: O.P. Champion- 
ships, from Huntington Beach, 
Calif. (Taped) 

11:10 P.M. 
(HBO] - MOVIE: 'Clinton and Na- 
dlne' (CC) (In Stereo) 

11:15 P.M. 



O - Countdown to 88: The Seoul 
Games 

11:25 P.M. 
CD - Yes t Minister 

11:30 P.M. 
Q - Entertainment This Weok (In 
Stereo) 

O - MOVIE: 'High Midnight' 
CD - Great Lakes Boator 
CD - World Tomorrow 
CD - Old Landmark Church 
CD - Kojak 
CD - Christ Church of Oak Brook 

11:45 P.M. 
O - Road to Seoul 

11:55 P.M. 
CD - Mystery!: Brat Farrar (CC). 
Part 1 of 3. (R) 

12:00 A.M. 
- Runaway With the Rich and 
Famous 

CD - It's a Living (R) 
CD - Christian Children's Fund 
(ESPN] - Auto Racing: Off-Road 
Championship Grand Prix, from 
Houston. (R) 



MONDAY 
6/13/88 



6:00 P.M. 
O - CBS News (CC). 
OOOOID- News 
- Barney Miller 
CD - MacNell/Lehrer Newstv 
our 
- Family Ties 





O - Love Boat 

- Ocean Apart (CC). Part 5 of 7. 
- Adventure (CC). 
- MOVIE: 'Angel Dusted' 
CD - Desflle Puertorrlquono en 
Nuova York 

© - MacNell/Lehror Newshour 
- Page Two 

(ESPNI - Billiards: World Open 
Nine-Ball Championship Quarter- 
finals (Taped) 

8:30 P.M. 
O - Elsenhower & Lutz 

9:00 P.M. 
O - Cagnoy & Lacey (CC). 
O © - News 

- Joseph Campbell and the 
Power of Myth: With BUI Moyors 
(CC). Part 4 of 6. 
- Ocean Apart (CC). Part 5 of 7. 
- Nightly Business Report 
- Among Friends 
(HBO) - Waldhelm: A Commission 

of Inquiry (CC). 

(ESPNJ - Boxing: Golden Gloves, 

from Omaha, Neb. (Taped) 
9:05 P.M. 

- Billy Graham Crusade (CC). 

(In Stereo) 

9:30 P.M. 

O - INN News 

- Current Affair 

- McLaughlin Group (R) 
10:00 P.M. 

OOOOOQ- News 

O - Twilight Zone 

- World of Survival 

- Joseph Campbell and the 

EVERGREEN & 

Anna Friedman 
(Lesley Ann War- 
ren) has the am- 
bition to build a 
magnificent life 
although she is 

A & torn between 
her love for two 
men, in the con- 

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- M*A»S«H 

© - Art Is Fun: Snow Mountain - 

Fun With Edges (R) 

- Sing Out America 

[ESPNI - SportsCenter 

6:05 P.M. 
O - Andy GrlflUh 

6:30 P.M. 
O O - Entertainment Tonight (In 
Stereo) 

O - Wheel of Fortune 
O - Hollywood Squares 
- Wheel of Fortune (CC). 
O - Benson 
- Current Ai air 
- Dll'rent Strokes 
O - Throe's Company 
O - Wok Thru China (R) 
- Headline News 
[ESPN] - Major League Baseball 
Magazine 

6:35 P.M. 
- Andy Grlflth 

7:00 P.M. 
O O - Blue Skies (CC). 
O - ALF (CC). (R) (In Stereo) 
- Major League Baseball: 
Teams to be Announced (Live) - 
O - Inlnlte Voyage Part 4 of 12. 
- Adventure (CC). 
O - Chicago Tonight 
- America Hurts: The Drug Epi- 
demic 
B - Selva Maria 

- Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, 

Forever 

O - World at War (R) 

0-700 Club 

[HBO] - MOVIE: 'Where are the 

Children?' (CC) 

[ESPN] - Course to the America's 

Cup 

7:05 P.M. 
0- MOVIE: 'The Kid With the Bro- 
ken Halo' 

7:30 P.M. 
O - Hogan Family (CC). (R) (In 
Stereo) 
O - Frugal Gourmet (In Stereo) 

8:00 P.M. 
O - Newhart (CC). (R) 
O - Evergreen (CC). Part 2 of 
3.(R) 



Learn To Manage Your 




Power of Myth: With Bill Moyers 

(CC). Part 4 of 6. 

- Three's Company 

- Informacion 26 

- Taxi 

- Hatha Yoga (R) 

© - Victory Today 

[ESPN] - Baseball's Greatest Hits: 

1969 Miracle Mets 

10:05 P.M. 
- MOVIE: 'Walking Tall' 

10:30 P.M. 
O - Hunter (R) 
O - Magnum, P.I. 
- Tonight Show (R) (In 
Stereo) 
O - Cheers 
- Nlghtllne (CC). 
O - Trapper John, M.D. 
- Smith and Company (In 
Stereo Live) 

- Hill Street Blues ' 
0- Preciota 
- Late Show (In Stereo) 
- EastEnders 
- Headline News 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

11:00 P.M. 
O- Jeflersons 

O - MOVIE: 'The Judge Steps Out' 
0- Masterpiece Theatre: The Last 
Place on Earth (CC). Part 1 of 6. (R) 
- Declarations of Independents 

(CC). 

- Great Chefs of Chicago (R) 

- PTL Club 

[ESPN] - NFL's Greatest Moments: 

Super Seventies (R) 

11:30 P.M. 
00- Late Night With David Let* 
terman (R) (In Stereo) 
O - WKRP In Cincinnati 
O - MOVIE: 'Blue Knight' 
- Nlghtllne (CC). 
O - Morton Downey Jr. 
- Noche de Gala 
- Mission Impossible 
[HBO] - MOVIE: 'Youngblood' (CC) 
(In Stereo) 

11:40 P.M. 
- MOVIE: 'Imagemaker' 

12:00 A.M. 
O - Movie 
- Chicago Tonight 
- Wil Shriner (R) . 
- Psychiatry I You 
[ESPN] - NFL's Greatest Moments 

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6:00 P.M. 
O - CBS News (CC). 
O O O S - News 
O - Barney Millar Part 1 of 2. 
m - MacNell/Lehrer Newsh- 
our 

- Family Ties 
• - Ml Amada Beatrix 
tB-M*A«S*H 

a - Art Is Fun: Autumn Lake •• Fun 
With Perspective (R) 
© - Sing Out America 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

6:09 P.M. 
m - Andy Grlflhh 

6:30 P.M. 
BO- Entertainment Tonight (In 
Stereo) 

O - Wheel of Fortune 
a - Hollywood Squares' 
m - Wheal of Fortune (CC). 
O- Benson 
am - Current AlaJr 



ID - Dlfl'rent Strokes 

CD - Three's Company 

© - We're Cooking Now: Three 

Tempting Pies (R) 

CO - Headline News 

[ESPNJ - Surfing Magazine 

6:35 P.M. 
ID - Major League Baseball: Los 
Angolos Dodgers at Atlanta Braves 
(Live) 

7:00 P.M. . 
O O - Houston Knights (CC). 
O O - Matlock (CC). (R) (In 
Stereo) 

O ID - Who's the Boss? (CC). (In 
Stereo) 

O - MOVIE: 'Rod Flag: The Ulti- 
mate Game' 
O - Nova (CC). (R) 
ID - Chicago Tonight 
ID - Gunsmoke 
03 - Selva Maria 

ID - Major League Baseball: Chi- 
cago White Sox at Minnesota Twins 
(Live) 

© - World at War (R) 
€D - 700 Club 

[HBOJ - MOVIE: 'Karate Kid Part 
Two' (CC) (In Stereo) 
(ESPN) - Classic Summer Season 
Premiere 

7:30 P.M. 
O ID - Perfect Strangers (CC). 
ID - This Old House (CC). (R) 

8:00 P.M. 
O O - NBA Finals: Dallas Maver- 
icks or Los Angeles Lakers vs. Bos- 
ton Celtics or Detroit Pistons (Live) 
OO- Evergreen (CC). Part 3 of 
.3. (R) 
7 ID - Moonlighting (CC). (R) 
© - Frontline (CC). 
ID - Nova (CC). (R) 
ID - MOVIE: 'Not My Kid' 
m - PELICULA: 'La Choca' 
CD - MacNell/Lehrer Newshour 
ID - John Ankerberg 
8:30 P.M. 
CD - Joy of Music 
(ESPN) - Volleyball: Coed Classic, 
from Palm Springs, Calif. (Taped) 

9:00 P.M. 
O ID - thlrtysomething (CC). (R) 
O - News 

ID - Africa's Killing Fields (CC). 
ID - Frontline (CC). 
CD - Nightly Business Report 
CD - Among Friends 
(HBO) - MOVIE: 'Dirty Dancing' 
(CC) (in Stereo) 

9:20 P.M. 
ID - MOVIE: 'Bonnie and Clyde' 

9:30 P.M. 
O - INN News 
CD - American Interests (R) s 
[ESPNJ - Water Skiing: AWSA Out- 
look '88 

10:00 P.M. 
OOOOOIDCD- News 
O - Twilight Zone 
ID - World of Survival 
ID - We the People (CC). Part 1 of 
2. 

ID - Three's Company 
CD - Informacion 26 
CD - Hatha Yoga (R) 
CD - Victory Today I 

10:30 P.M. 
O - Diamonds (R) 
O - Magnum, P.I. 
O ID - Best of Carson (R) (In 
Stereo) 
Q - Cheers 
O - Nlghtllne (CC). 
O - Trapper John, M.D. 
ID - Smith and Company (In 
Stereo Live) 
ID - Hill Street Blues 
CD - Preciosa 
CD - Late Show (In Stereo) 
CD - EastEnders 
CD - Headline News 
(ESPNJ - SportsCenter 
10:45 P.M. 
[HBO] - Comedy Hour Live: Harry 
Shearer (CC). (In Stereo) 

11:00 P.M. 
O - Jeflersons 

O - MOVIE: 'That Girl from Paris' 
ID - Upstairs, Downstairs (R) 
ID- Sorry 
CD - Woodcarvlng With Rick Butz 

(R) 

G!l - PTL Club 

(ESPNJ - Inside the PGA Tour 

11:30 P.M. 
O - Late Night With David Let- 
terman (In Stereo) 
O - WKRP In Cincinnati 
O - MOVIE: 'Twilight's Last 
Gleaming' 

Q - Monty Python's Flying Circus 
O - Nlghtllne (CC). 
O - Morton Downey Jr. 
© - Hope for the World's Children 
Telethon • 

CD - Mission Impossible 
[ESPNJ - Running and Racing 

11:35 P.M. 
O - Hardcastle and McCormick 

11:40 P.M. 
O - MOVIE: Tyre' (R) 

11:45 P.M. . 
(HBO) - Tanner '88: Child's Play 
(CC). (In Stereo) 

12:00 A.M. . 
O - MOVIE: 'Emma' 
IB - Chicago Tonight 
m - Wll Shriner (R) 
©- Psychiatry I You 
[ESPN] - Scholastic Sports Amer- 
ica; Visit to Moscow (R) 



WEDNESDAY 
6/15/88 

6:00 P.M. 
- CBS Ntws (CC). 



- Barney Millar Part 2 of 2. 

01 m - MacNell/Lehrer Newsh 
our - 

• -Family Tits 

• - Ml Amada Baatrta 

• - M*A*S*H 

• - Art is Fun (R) 
a - ting Out America 
(ESPN) - SportsCenter 

1:05 P.M. 
m~ Andy Grislth 

6:30 P.M. 
m O - Entertainment Ton^htfln 



Stereo) 

O - Wheel of Fortune 

O - Hollywood Squares 

O - Wheel of Fortune (CC). 

O - Benson 

ID - Current Affair 

ID - Dlfl'rent Strokes 

CD - Three's Company 

CD - We're Cooking Now: Chill, 

With & Without (R) 

CD - Headline News 

[ESPN] - Scholastic Sports Amer- 
ica Special 

6:35 P.M. 

ID - Major League Baseball: Los 

Angeles Dodgers at Atlanta Braves 

(Live) 

7;00 P.M. 
O O - Jake and the Fatman (CC). 
GO- Highway to Heaven (CC). 
(In Stereo) 

O ID - Growing Pains (CC). 
O - MOVIE: 'Zulu Dawn' 
ID - Survival (CC). (In Stereo) 
ID - Chicago Tonight 
ID - DWI: Deadliest Weapon in 
America 

© - Selva Maria 
CD - Major League Baseball: Chi- 
cago White Sox at Minnesota Twins 
(Live) 

CD - World at War (R) 
CD - 700 Club 

(HBOJ - MOVIE: 'Hunk' (In Stereo) 
[ESPNJ - Rodeo: 1987 National Fin- 
als Highlights (R) 

7:30 P.M. 
O CD - Head of the Class (CC). (R) 

ID - Wild America (CC). Part 3 of 3. 

8:00 P.M. 
O O - Wisoguy 

DO- Days and Nights of Molly 
Dodd (CC). (In Stereo) 
O ID - Hooperman (CC). (In 
Stereo) 

ID - American Playhouse: I Never 
Sang for My Father (CC). (In 
Stereo) 

ID - American Masters: The Ten- 
Year Lunch: The Wit and Legend of 
the Algonquin Round Table 
ID - MOVIE: 'Cocaine: One Man's 
Seduction' 

CD - PELICULA: 'La Iguana de la 
Lengua de Fuego' 
CD - MacNell/Lehrer Newshour 
CD - Rejoice In the Lord 
(ESPN) - Lighter Side of Sports 

8:30 P.M. 
O O - Sara (CC). (R) 
O ID - A Matter of Trust: Billy 
Joel In the U.S.S.R. (CC). (In 
Stereo) 

(ESPNJ - PBA Bowling: Showboat 
Senior Invitational, from Las Ve- 
gas, Nev. (Live) 

9:00 P.M. 
OO- Bronx Zoo (CC). (in Stereo) 
O - News 

ID - Survival (CC). (In Stereo) 
CD - Nightly Business Report 
CD - Among Friends 
(HBO) - Hitchhiker (CC). (In 
Stereo) 

9:20 P.M. 
ID - MOVIE: 'Beneath the Planet of 
the Apes' 

9:30 P.M. 
O - INN News 

CD - John McLaughlin's One on 
One (R) 
[HBO] - Sam Kinlson (In Stereo) 

10:00 P.M. 
OOOQOGCB- News 
O - Twilight Zone 
ID - World of Survival 
Q - American Playhouse: I Never . 
Sang for My Father (CC). (In 
Stereo) 

© - Three's Company 
Q - Informacion 26 
© - Hatha Yoga (R) 
CD - Victory Today I 

10:30 P.M. 
O - Adderly (R) 
O - Magnum, P.I. 
O ID - Tonight Show (In Stereo) 
O- Cheers 
O - Nlghtllne (CC). 
O - Trapper John, M.D. 
O - Smith and . Company (In 
Stereo Live) 
Q - Hill Street Blues 
© - Preciosa 
a - Late Show (In Stereo) 
O - EastEnders 
© - Headline News 
(HBO) - Execution - Fourteen Days 
in May: America Undercover (CC). 
[ESPNJ - SporttCenter 
11:00 P.M. 
O - Jeflersons 

- MOVIE: 'Three Sailors and a 
Girl' 

- Nova (CC). (R) 
a - Illinois Lawmakers 
O - Sewing With Nancy: Instant 
Decorating Part 3 of 3. (R) 
CD - PTL Club 
(ESPN) - NBA Today 

11*20 P.M. 
- MOVIE: 'Psycho' 
11:30 P.M. 
a0- Late Night With David Let 
terman (In Stereo) 
a - WKRP In Cincinnati 
a - MOVIE: 'One Million Years 
B.C.' 

a - Monty Python's Flying Circus 
a - Nlghtllne (CC). 
a - Morton Downey Jr. 
a - Jacques Cousteau: La Odisaa 
a - Mission Impossible) 
(HBO) - MOVIE: 'Delivery Boys* (In 
Stereo) 
(ESPN) - Motorweek Illustrated 

11:40 P.M. 
a - MOVIE: 'Manbaastl Myth or 
Monster'. 

12:00 A.M. 
a - MOVIE: 'The Chicken Chroni- 
cles' 

a -Chicago Tonight 
a - Wll Shriner 
a - Psychiatry A You 
(ESPN) - Ftstiln* Holo 

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6*00 P.M. 
- CBS News (CC). 



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O - Barney Miller 
CD CD - MacNell/Lohror Newih- 
our 

CD - Family Ties Part 1 of 2. 
69 - Ml Amada Beatrix 
€D-M*A*S«H 
£D - Art Is Fun 
€D - Sing Out America 
(HBOl - MOVIE: 'Captive Hearts' 
(CC) (In Stereo) 
IESPN) - SportsCenter 
6:30 P.M. 
QO- Entertainment Tonight (In 

Stereo) 

O - Wheel of Fortune 

O - Hollywood Squares 

O - Wheel of Fortune (CC). 

O — Benson 

€Q - Current Affair 

CD - Difl'rent Strokes 

€D - Three's Company 

© - We're Cooking Now: Empana- 

das (R) 

CD - Headline News 

1ESPNJ - SpecdWeek 

7:00 P.M. 
O O -48 Hours 
Q O - Cosby Show (CC). ( R) (In 
Stereo) 

fj © - To Be Announced. 
O - MOVIE: 'The Seduction of Joe 
Tynan* 

© - Wild America (CC). (R) 

ID - Chicago Tonight 

(D - Gunsmoke 

03 - Selva Maria 

© - Taxi 

© - World at War (R) 

ED - 700 Club 

IESPN) - Drag Racing: Cajun Na- 
tionals (R) 

7:20 P.M. 

O - MOVIE: 'Once Upon a Time in 

the West' 

7:30 P.M. 

O - Dlflerent World (CC). (R) 

(In Stereo) ■ 

O CD - MOVIE: 'Heartsounds' (CC) 

(R) 

© - This Old House (CC). (R) 
(B - Sneak Previews (R) (In Stereo) 
© - Major League Baseball: Chi- 
cago White Sox at Milwaukee Brew- 
ers (Live) 

8:00 P.M. 
QO- MOVIE: 'Camllle/NBA Fin- 
als' (CC) (R) 

O © - Cheers (CC). (R) (In 
Stereo) 

© - Nature (CC). (In Stereo) 
CD - Peter Ustinov's Russia: A Per- 
sonal History 

© - MOVIE: 'License to Kill* 
© - Ayudal 

© - MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour 
© - Christian Lifestyle Magazine 
IHBOJ - MOVIE: 'Cyclone' 
IESPN] - Hydroplane Racing: 1987 
Miss Budweiser highlights (R) 

8*30 P M. 
O - Night Court (CC). (R) (In 
Stereo) 

© - Young at Heart 
IESPN1 - U.S. Open Golf: First 
Round, from The Country Club in 
Brooktine, Mass. (R) 

9:00 P.M. 
O O - L.A. Law (CC). (R) (In 
Stereo) 
O - News 

© - Outdoor Wisconsin 
CD - Mystery!: Brat Farrar (CC). 
Part 2 of 3. (R) 
© - Road to Seoul 
© - Nightly Business Report 
© - Among Friends 

9:30 P.M. 
O - INN News 
© - Motorweek 
© - Entre Amigos 
© - Tony Brown's Journal 
[HBO] - MOVIE: 'Clinton and Na- 
dlne' (CC) (In Stereo) 
10:00 P.M. 
OOOOOO- News 
G - Twilight Zone 
© - World of Survival 
© - Four Lives: Portraits of Manic 
Depression 

© - Three's Company 
© - Informaclon 26 
© - Hatha Yoga (R) 
© - Victory Today I 

10:30 P.M. 
O - Night Heat (R) 
O - Magnum, P.I. 
O ID - Tonight Show (In Stereo) 
O - Cheers 

© - U.S. Open Golf Highlights 
(Taped) 

O - Trapper John, M.D. 
© - Smith and Company (In 
Stereo Live) 
© - Hill Street Blues 
© - Preciosa 
© - News 
© - EastEnders 
© - Headline News 
IESPN] - SportsCenter 
10:35 P.M. 
© - MOVIE: 'Journey to the Far 
Side of the Sun' 

10:45 P.M. 
O - Nightllne (CC). 



11:00 P.M. . 
O - Jeffersons 
© - All American Jazz 
© - Sorry 

© - Late Show (In Stereo) 
© - Collectors (R) 
© - PTL Club ■■ .: 

IESPN] - Auto Racing: Barber Saab 
Pro Series, from Lakevllle, Conn. 

<R) n= 15 P. M . 

O - MOVIE: 'Seven Days' Leavo 

11:25 P.M. 
IHBO] - MOVIE: 'Free Rldo' 

11:30 P.M. 
QQ. Late Night With David Let- 
terman (In Stereo) 
O - WKRP in Cincinnati 
Q - MOVIE: 'Tho Haunting of Ju- 
lia' 
© - Kingdom of Mocha 

© - Monty Python's Flying Circus 
© - U.S. Open Golf Highlights 

(Taped) 

© - Morton Downey Jr. 

© - Su Estrella Favorlta 

|ESPN| - Masters of Motcross: 

From Italy. (R) 

11:40 P.M. 
- MOVIE: 'Nashville Grab' (R) 

11:45 P.M. 
© - Nightllne (CC). 

12:00 A.M. 
O - MOVIE: "Jock* Petersen' 
© - Chicago Tonight 
© - Mission Impossible 
© - Psychiatry & You 



Sports 



(2 hrs.. 30 min.) (Live) 

rESPNl - Triathlon: U.S.T.S. 

Race, from Miami. (60 mm.) 

(T3PCd) 12:30 P.M. 
O - Golf: Mazda Senior TPC Tour- 
nament (2 hrs.) (Live) 
1:00 P.M. 
rESPNl - Auto Racing: Barber 
Saab Pro Series, from Lakevllle. 

COmMR) . 1:30 P.M. 

[ESPN] - Auto Racing 24 hours of 

LeMans. from France. (60 mm.) 

(UVC) 2:00 P.M. 

O J Major League Baseball: Kan- 
sas City Royals at California Angels 
or Baltimore Orioles at New York 
Yankees Regional coverage. (J 
hrs.) (Live) 

O - Major League Baseball: An in- 
side Look 

2:15 P.M. 
O - Major League Baseball: Kan- 
sas City Royals at California Angels 
or Baltimore Orioles at New York 
Yankees Regional coverage. (2 hrs.. 

45 min.) (Live) 

2:30 P.M. 
O ID - Golf: Jack Nlcklaus' Grea- 
test 18 Holes of Major Champion- 
ship Golf (60 mm.) (Live) 
[ESPN] - Horse Racing: Belmont 
Stakes Special An analysis of the 
contenders in this year's final Triple 
Crown race which is one and one- 
half miles, from Elmont. N.Y. (60 
min.) (Live) 

3:00 P.M. 
O © - PGA Golf: Manufacturers 
Hanover Classic Third Round From 



■■ • 
[ESPN] - Auto Racing: Finish of 
24 Hours of LeMans Race, from 
Franco. (60 min.) (Live) 

8:30 A.M. 
[ESPN] - Motorweek Illustrated 

9:00 A.M. 
[ESPN] - Lighter Side of Sports 
Host: Jay Johnstone. 

9:30 A.M. 
[ESPN] - This Week In Sports (60 

mm) 10:30A.M. 

- Bowling With the Champs (60 

mm.) 

[ESPN] - GameDay 

1 11:00 A.M. 

O - Sportsman's Friend / Harold 
Ensloy 

[HBO] - Countdown to Tyson- 
Splnks Host Larry Merchant re- 
views the controversy and predic- 
tions surrounding the upcoming 
bout between heavyweight champs 
Mike Tyson (34-0. 30 KOs) and Mi- 
chael Spinks (31-0. 21 KOs). 
[ESPN] - SpeedWoek 
11:20 A.M. 



[ESPN1 - Auto Racing: Formula [ESPN] - Bodybuilding: 
L « __j n.i. *f r»n«H* from ui.ki aI P.Hamnlnni. Ninth 



Q CD - U.S. Open Golf Preview 
With Jack Nlcklaus From Brook- 
line. Mass. (Taped) . enAD 

TESPN] - Auto Racing: NASCAR 
Budweiser 400, from Riverside, 
Calif. (3 hrs.) (Live) 
3:30 P.M. 

© - Boxing: James Buddy 
McGIrt vs. Meldrlck Taylor James 

•Buddy" McGirt vs. Meldnck Taylor 
for the IBF Junior Welterweight ti- 
tle, scheduled for 15 rounds. (90 

min.) (Live) 

6:00 P.M. 

[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

1 6:30 P.M. 
[ESPN] - Best of American Mus- 
cle Magazine 

7:00 P.M. 
[ESPN] - Welghtllftlng: 1987 
Women's World Championship. 
From Daytona Beach. Fla. (60 mm.) 

(R) 

8:00 P.M. 

[ESPN] - Bodybuilding: AAU Mr. 

and Ms. Universe Championships 

From Tucson. Ariz. (60 min.) (R) 

9:00 P.M. 

IFBB 



cago White Sox at Minnesota Twins 
(3 hrs.) (Live) 

8:00 P.M. 
O © - NBA Finals: Dallas Maver- 
icks or Los Angeles Lakers vs. Bos- 
ton Celtics or Detroit Pistons Game 
Four. (2 hrs.) (Live) 

9:30 P.M. 

[ESPN] - Water Skiing: AWSA 
Outlook '88 (60 min.) 

10:30 P.M. 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

11:00 P.M. 
[ESPN] - Inside the PGA Tour 

WEDNESDAY 
6/15/88 



One Grand Prix of Canada, from 
Montreal. (2 hrs.. 10 mm.) (Live) 

11:30 A.M. 
O - Greatest Sports Legends 
O - Outdoor Digest 

12:00 P.M. 
O © - NBA Basketball: Cham- 
pionship Finals Game Three Teams 
to be announced. (2 hrs.. 30 mm.) 
(Live) 

O - Joe Louis, Heavyweight The 
life of this international sports hero 
is examined, and classic footage of 



Night of Champions Ninth annual 
from New York. (60 min.) (R) 

10:00 P.M. 
fB - Sports Page Talk-show focus- 
ing on major sports issues of the 
week. Hosted by John Wells. 



6:00 P.M. 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

6:30 P.M. 
[ESPN] - ScholastlcSports Amer- 
ica Special 1987-88 high school 
basketball championships. 

6:35 P.M. 
O - Major League Baseball: Los 
Angeles Dodgers at Atlanta Braves 
(2 hrs.. 45 min.) (Live) 
7:00 P.M. 
© - Major League Baseball: Chi- 
cago White Sox at Minnesota Twins 
(3 hrs.) (Live) 

[ESPN] - Rodeo: 1987 National 
Finals Highlights From Las Vegas. 
(60 mm.) (R) 

8:00 P.M. 



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[ESPN] - SportsCenter (60 min.) [ESPN] - Lighter Side of Sports 



FRIDAY 

6/10/88 



7:00 P.M. 
[ESPN] - College World Series: 
Teams to be announced. From 
Omaha. Neb. (3 hrs.. 30 min.) 

(Live) 

7:30 P.M. 

- Major League Baseball: Chi- 
cago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals (3 
hrs.) (Live) 

© ED - Major League Baseball: 
Milwaukee Brewers at Chicago 
White Sox (3 hrs.) (Live) 

7:35 P.M. 
€9 - Major League Baseball: At- 
lanta Braves at Houston Astros (2 

hrs.. 45 min.) (Live) 

10:30 P.M. 

[ESPN] - SportsCenter 
11:00 P.M. 

[ESPN] - Volleyball: Manhattan 

Beach Open Tournament (60 min.) 

(R) 

12:00 A.M. 

[ESPN] - Powerboat Racing: In- 
ternational Outboard Grand Prix 
From Augusta. Ga. (60 min.) 
(Taped) 

1:00 A.M. 

[ESPN] - SportsLook 

1:30 A.M. 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

2:00 A.M. 
[ESPN] - Inside the PGA Tour 

SATURDAY 

6/11/88 

~ ~ 6:30 A.M. 

[ESPN] - Thoroughbred Digest 

7:00 A.M. 
[ESPN] - Tom Mann Outdoors 

7:30 A.M. 
[ESPN] - SpeedWeek 

7:55 A.M. 
[ESPN] - Auto Racing: Start of 24 
Hour* of LeMans, from France. 

(Live) 

8:30 A.M. 

[ESPN] - Outdoor Life 

9:30 A.M. 
[ESPN] - Sports Trivia 

10:00 A.M. 
[ESPN] - Scholastic Sports Amer- 
ica: Visit to Moscow (R) 

10:30 A.M. 
O - Anglers In Action 
[ESPN] - GameDay 

11:00 A.M. 
© - German Professional Soccer 

(60 min.) 

11:30 A.M. 
O - This Week In Baseball High- 
lights of Major League action are 
shown. 

12:00 P.M. 

Q O - Sports Saturday Sched- 
uled: College Baseball World Series, 
from Omaha. Neb. Teams to be an- 
nounced. Starting time is tentative. 




HEARTSOUNDS 

"Heartsounds," 
an ABC movie air- 
ing THURSDAY. 
JUNE 16, stars 
Mary Tyler 
Moore and James 
Garner as a wife 
and husband 
whose love for 
each other gives 

them the 

strength to endure 

his repeated 

heart attacks. 

(Rebroadcast) 

CHECK USTINGS 
FOR EXACT TIME 



10:30 P.M. 
O - Sports Extra 
O - Sports Sunday Barry Moroz 
recaps the weekend of the world of 
sports. 
O - Sports Final 

10:45 P.M. 
O - Sports Machine 
MONDAY 
6/13/88 

6:00 P.M. 
[ESPN] -SportsCenter 
6:30 P.M. 



Host: Jay Johnstone. 

8:30 P.M. 
[ESPN] - PBA Bowling: Showboat 
Senior Invitational, from Las Ve- 
gas. Nev. (2 hrs.) (Live) 

10:30 P.M. 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

11:00 P.M. 
[ESPN] - NBA Today 

THURSDAY 
6/16/88 



6:00 P.M. 



[ESPN] - Major League Baseball [ESPN] - SportsCenter 



Magazine 

7:00 P.M. 
O O - Major League Baseball: 
Teams to be Announced (3 hrs.) 
(Live) 
[ESPN] - Course to the America's 

Cup (60 min.) 

9:00 P.M. 

[ESPN] - Boxing: Golden Gloves, 
from Omaha, Neb. (60 min.) 
(Taped) 

10:00 P.M. 
[ESPN] - Baseball's Greatest Hits: 
1969 Miracle Mets 

10:30 P.M. 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

TUESDAY 

6/14/88 



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Westchester Country Club in Rye. 
N.Y. Starting time is tentative. (2 
hrs.) (Live) 

3:30 P.M. 
O €B - Wide World of Sports: Bel- 
mont Stakes The 120th running of 
the third and final jewel of horse 
racing's Triple Crown, for 3-year- 
old Thoroughbreds, at one-and- 
one-half miles, from Belmont Park 
in Elmont. N.Y. (90 min.) (Live) 

4:00 P.M. 
[ESPN] - Drag Racing: IHRA 
Spring Nationals From Bristol. 
Tenn. (60 min.) (R) 

5:00 P.M. 
[ESPN] - Auto Racing 24 hours of 
LeMans. from France. (60 min.) 

(Live) 

5:05 P.M. 

O - World Championship Wres- 
tling (2 hrs.) 

5:30 P.M. 

© - Midwest Outdoor* Limited 

6:00 P.M. 
© - Major League Baseball: Mil- 
waukee Brewers at Chicago Whit* 
Sox (3 hrs.) (Live) 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

6:30 P.M. 
[ESPN] - Auto Racing: Of Road 
Championship Grand Prix, from 
Houston. (60 min.) (Taped) 

7:00 P.M. 
O - Major League Baseball: Chi- 
cago Cubs at St Louis Cardinals (3 
hrs.) (Live) 

7:30 P.M. 

O - Major League Baseball: At- 
lanta Braves at Houston Astros (2 
hrs.. 45 min.) (Live) 
[ESPN] - Arena Football: Pitts- 
burgh Gladiators at New England 
Steamrollers (2 hrs.. 30 min.) 

(Live) 

10:00 P.M. 

[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

11:30 P.M. 
[ESPN] - Australian Rules Foot- 
ball: Grand Final, from Melbourne 
(60 min.) (R) 

12:30 A.M. 

[ESPN] - Auto Racing 24 hours of 
LeMans. from France. (60 min.) 
(Live) 

1:30 A.M. 
O - Countdown to 88: The Seoul 
Games 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

2:00 A.M. 
[ESPN] - Auto Racing: NASCAR 
Budweiser 500, from Dover, Del. (2 
hrs.) (R) 

SUNDAY 

6/12/88 

6:00 A.M. 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

6:30 A.M. 
[ESPN] - NBA Today 

7:00 A.M. 
[ESPN] - Inside the PGA Tour 

7:30 A.M. 
O - Countdown to 88: The Seoul 
Garnet 



Louis's early days and most famous 
fights is featured. (60 mm.) 

12:30 P.M. 
O - This Week In Baseball High- 
lights of Major League action are 
shown. 

1:00 P.M. 
O O - NBC Sports Special: 
Swim to Seoul From Boca Raton. 
Fla. (60 min.) (Taped) 
O 19 - Golf: Mazda Senior TPC 
Classic Final Round. (2 hrs.) (Live) 

O - Lead-Ofl Man 

1:15 P.M. 
O - Major League Baseball: Chi- 
cago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals (3 
hrs.. 15 min.) (Live) 

1:30 P.M. 
O - Major League Baseball: At- 
lanta Braves at Houston Astros (2 
hrs.. 50 min.) (Live) 
ID - Major League Baseball: Mil- 
waukee Brewers at Chicago White 
Sox (3 hrs.) (Live) 
[ESPN] - Superbouts: Muham- 
mad All vs. Joe Frailer Taped Jan. 
28. 1974. (60 min.) 

2:00 P.M. 

O - War of the Stars 
O - Boxing: Luce DILorenzl vs. 
Mark Adams Luca DiLorenzi vs. 
Mark Adams in a lightweight bout 
scheduled for 10 rounds, from Rav- 
enna. Italy. (60 min.) (Live) 

2:30 P.M. 
O O - PGA Golf: Manufacturers 
Hanover Classic Final Round From 
Westchester Country Club in Rye. 
N.Y. Starting time is tentative. (2 
hrs.. 30 min.) (Live) 

3:00 P.M. 
O - SportsWorld: Boxing and Ms. 
Olympla Sumbu Kalambay vs. Rob- 
bie Sims for the WBA Middleweight 
title scheduled for 15 rounds, from 
Ravenna. Italy; Ms. Olympia Com- 
petition from New York. (2 hrs.) 
(Live) 



6:00 P.M. 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 

6:30 P.M. 
[ESPN] - Surfing Magazine 

6:35 P.M. 
O - Major League Baseball: Los 
Angeles Dodgers at Atlanta Braves 
(2 hrs.. 45 min.) (Live) 

7:00 P.M. 
© - Major League Baseball: Chi- 



6:30 P.M. 
[ESPN] - SpeedWeek 
7:00 P.M. 
[ESPN] - Drag Racing: Cajun Na- 
tlonals (60 min.) (R) 

7:30 P.M. 
© - Major League Baseball: Chi- 
cago White Sox at Milwaukee Brew- 
ers (3 hrs.) (Live) 

8:00 P.M. 
[ESPN] - Hydroplane Racing: 
1987 Miss Budweiser highlights 

(R) 

8:30 P.M. 

[ESPN] - U.S. Open Golf: First 

Round, from The Country Club In 

Brookllne, Mass. (2 hrs.) (R) 

9:00 P.M. 
CD - Road to Seoul An in-depth 
look at the athletes as they prepare 
physically/mentally and emotion- 
ally for the intense competitiveness 
of the 1988 Summer Olympics in 
South Korea. 

10:30 P.M. 

O - U.S. Open Golf Highlights To- 
day's first round, from Brookline. 
Mass. (Taped) 
[ESPN] - SportsCenter 




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5. Who waa hia principal antagonist? 

6. Whara did Rockford maat Angel Martin? 

7. What waa tha nicknama for Rockf or d'e fathar, 
Joa? 

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Wrestling Tournament 



.She College :'of Lake County will hold 

(wrestling tournament open for sixth 

rough 12th grades on Saturday, June 

•gistratkm and weigh-in will he held 
I a to S a.m. The tournament will 

.„atlt:W«.m. 

wrestlers interested in participating 
_itl»ve SlJiS.A. card. Cards may be 
irehased for $15 the day of the event, 
lere will be a $5 entry fee for all 

resUers, 

[For more information about the 
itnent call (312) 22M601. ext475. 



Langer makes team 



He may have only played in two 
jgular season games, but that did not 
latter to most Lake County baseball 

Miches. . 

ForCarmel's Bob Langer was named 

the all-county team not because of 

/hat he did, bat because of what he 

light have done. 

"Ron Shelton approached me about 

I That shows you the kind of person 

Helton Vfci.; Carmel Coach Joe Pudlo 
tid of Langer's selection. ■ 

Langer was expected to be <*"^°f 

farmers best threats this year. But 

Ifter a perfect game against 
iraytUkf , Langer injured his leg and 
ifct&j almost the entire season. 



Plan softball tourneys 



jDugOutPark in Trevor, Wis. has set 
dates IcirVtwo more softball tour- 

imehts. A Class -D» U.S.S.A. state 
pialifier will be held on June 18 and 19. 
Entry fee for this tournament is $80 
[nich iMmdes a i sanctioning fee. There 
Jill be trooWes, traveling expenses and 
State berths awarded. ; 

On July SM the annual Firecracker 12 
..iclf: tournament is for non-classic 
kams and has an entry fee of S100 v lt 4 
• trophies, traveling expenses and 
itale berths awarded, 

expense based on 16 entries. For more 
Information, please call tournament 
lirectorTom Furlan at (414) 862-9936 or 
1312) 395-5788. 



Free fishing 




Conference champions followed up regional w.n w.th 2-1 w.n 

New Trier does it again-ousts Grant 

. ™„.,^k. ,„. _:.„u^ in m»«, Trier's Carrie the Bulldogs at least a few seconds 



Aspiring angler* will be able to fish \ 
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[everting to Stat* Sen. Jack Schaffcr . 

K^j^kpt of Con^rvation j 
^ulSnaMree fishing days to 

remote the apart **M»**^< 
ur daya, people will be able to fish 
■thout having to boy a Ucense or 
ilmooatamp."Schaffersaid. \, 

■ Now in its fourth year in Illinois, the 
vent is also being sponsored ""Is year j 
Iv PlanoMolding Co., a Kendall County 
orporation that is the largest 
Lnufacturer of tackle boxesin^ the 
Lorld. The company and the pep*, ot 
Conservation will provide educational 
Materials, contest and doorfn^g 
4her information for park districts,, 
ishing clubs, and other <*j!» nl » tlo "-j 
.anting to sponsor local fishing-related 

events. .... i. 

JuneM* Is National Fishing Week. 

For im« Hiformation^ontoct^on 
illen. Dept of Conservation, Offkeof 
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iprihgfWltttJof^r Phone <217) 782- 

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by STEVE PETERSON 

Sports Editor 

I'm beginning to hate New Trier. 

Well, it's probably not exactly hate, 
but there is certainly a strong dislike 
for those crafty Trevians. 

For the past three years, our area's 
softball survivor has reached the 
sectional tournament, the last two in 
the sectional final. That's the Sweet 
Sixteen and one win away from a trip to 
Pekin and the state finals. 

Whether it be at Barrington, 
Arlington Heights or Skokie- the 
location did not matter as the result 
was the same. New Trier has used three 
different methods to eliminate our 
squads - a no-hitter against over- 
manned Grayslake in 1986, a come- 
from-behind effort against Mundelein. 
last year and taking advantage of 
S Grant pitcher Becky Brace's un- 
! fortunate early wildness in the first 
inning and winning 14-4 Monday . 



fast pitcher in New Trier's Carrie the Bulldogs at least a few seconds to 

Rampnofskv but one with an added celebrate. 

£S ^The senior would jump off ' The Bulldogs, in reaching the sec- 

cried, tonoava through the league season undefeated. 

But Grant goes unrecognized in the 
Chicago media as most wonder what 
city the high school is located.^ 

— _ __ "We had everybody coming back 

^^^^^ from last year. Our goals were to win 

But the Bulldogs did look like they tne conference and regionals and 
were right in the contest when they ever ything else would be gravy,' 
answered with two runs in their first. R| c hardson said. 
Janet Selle walked, moved to second on The 2 i-6 season reached its nign- 
a sacrifice and scored on a double by wa t e r mark against Libertyville in the 
Linda Brace. Brace later scored on a sem i-f inal game, 
wild pitch, cutting the lead to 5-2. Trailing 1-0, Grant scored twice in the 

Ramenofskv then retired the next 17 third as^ Selle walked, Chris Scott 
batters Sore Linda Brace singled in singled and Linda Brace came through 

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"They came in here after going to the 
sectional final three straight years and 
that was a difference," Grant Coach 
Sue Richardson said as her team left 
Skokie Playfields in Winnetka. 

New Trier beat Prospect by a con- 
vincing 12-0 in the semi-finals while 
Grant beat Libertyville 2-1. 

Grant x pitcher Becky Brace, who 
came into the game with 212 strikeouts 
added two more in the first. But the bad 
news for Grant was she also walked five 
batters as the Trevians simply watched 
all four pitches. Richardson put in 
Tammy Loring in relief, but by the time 
it was over, New Trier had five runs on 
no hits. 

"Becky had a rough first inning. They 
(the Bulldogs) were dismayed because 
they had so much confidence in Becky 
and she got down on herself. The last 
two games (Brace surrendered 10 
walks against the Wildcats) she was 
throwing all arm and that is why she 
had more low pitches the last two 
games than she had all season long, 
Richardson said. 

Grant faithful contended that the 
team was going up against not only a 



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his own chority golf outing ot Renwood Country Club. Awords were g.ven for bes 
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Pvoini^in v regional tourney turn& • Mustangs were t& »> y zion's 

i rOIIllSl"^ * ^W ■ ..■ ... v. B pitcher Bruce Wimcr fanned ,12 of inew «* * f , t of ihc NSC 

starter Shawn ^tam^ra.mgSS 14 . . , ;,r . w jMrt ' A-ntioch beat Northwest Suburban 



What started with such promise for 
Warren, Antioch and Mundelein ended 
in disappointment two days later. 

After winning the first game of the 
Waukegan West regional, all three area 
teams fell by the wayside in the second 

round. . . 

Even top-seeded Stevenson lost, 
leaving only Carmel playing on the 
final day in May. 

For Warren, the 9-2 loss to Carmel 
was a case of what a difference one 
player can make. 

The Corsairs' Mike Lunger played loi 
the first time since a season-opening 
doubleheader against Grayslake The 
lavoff because of a leg injury did not 
seem to hurt the Carmel star, lie went 
three-for-three at the plate and had six 
of his team's nine KBls. 

"He was a big key for them. He 
produced and provided a an emotional 
boost." Warren Coach Hon Shelton 

"Warren had beaten Grant 9-5 in eight 
innings in the first game, and was very 
much in the contest against Carmel. 

Carmel took a 2-0 lead in the first 
when Langer returned to the lineup 
with a double to center. That scored 
Kandy and Kicky Splitt. who had 
doubled and walked, respectively. 

Langer doubled Camel's advantage 
with a two-run homer in the third in- 
ning. 



Scott Stahoviak. Paul Sanchez belted a 
two-run homer that halved the lead to 4- 
2 in the fourth. 

But not to worry, Carmel faithful. 

Carmel expolodcd for a four-run 
inning in the fifth. Erick Bruksch 
iSed, Kicky Splitt ^ched on an 
error and Stahoviak put a single bet- 
ween Warren defenders m^ntei.Jt 
was then Langer's turn at ;,bat. He 
delivered a key double for an 8-2 lead. 

The Corsairs scored their final run in 
the sixth on a RBI single by Kicky 

SP -We were hitting the ball right at 
them." Shelton said. . 

The Blue Devils, who were 8-10 in the 
North Suburban Conference, finished at 

i:M 3 overall. 

"I thought we would be better 
defensively: But if we had played 
defensively all year long the way we 
played in the last two to three games, 
we would have been a lot better off. 
Shelton said. . 

Mundelein came into the regional 
quarterfinal game at Zion-Benton off a 
13-10 win over Grayslake which 
featured a game-winning rally in the 
late innings. But the ZeeBees, who split 
with the Mustangs at Mundelein. 
stopped their bats cold. 



iwn.».«.»ghtcap 

-0. i u:„„ n Antioch beat Northwest Suburban 
The home team, after m^f « Co Xenee ehamp Round Lake in the 
Mundelein threat, scored seven runs 1 vuim f (ho £ ooinn:i | (nI , rnamcn t. 

the first inning and that was that. 



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Al Gubitz of Cary 
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Gubitz beat Nico 
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Lakeland SPORTS 



orth west Suburban lists 
lightest student-athletes 



[Ken Ricci, athletic 
[rector at Hound Lake 
»nior High School has 
.uiouncecT the . 1988 
[orthwest Suburban 
lerence. teams for 
>ring sports. Boys's 
iseball. girls* Softball, 
>ys* qnd girls' track and 
jysV. tennis were in- 
kided. 

According to a revised 
)rmat selection as of 
jst year, to be eligible an 
Fthlcte must be avarsity 
►tier winner or be 
?ceiving a varsity letter 
, the present season. 
Also, students must be 
[nrolled in a high, school 
minimum of two 
[emesters, three 
•imesters or four 
barters. Freshmen on a 
[arsity team are not 
lligible. 

Student athletes with a 
irade point average of 
f.o or 5.0 included three 
iaseball players, nine 
[oftball players, 12 for 
>oys % track, 13 for girls' 
[rack and 11 for boys' 
lennis. 
A total of 235 student 
ithletes made the teams. 

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'.•• Hutiip Rno«»d taVe. Imp Wod»-«»Ki. 
.*bu'M J...-' Po«t»«y. MaiKin C«»t»a1. 
. M-%»e«. loWe luxh B<ha.d 0<«o". 
3 u..-«Ja Jo»«m» Day floui'd laV». Ei< 
.. k*i lak« Zu'*»« Uo» Kii«<nM«tVi. 
if Zo.<»< J»M 5«*»«t loW» ZukH: Ion. 

t \ v , j,.h..*boM| T«>dd Cell*. Round 

ly.i- Moi-voi- Mat.ai- C«<»i«o« lony 
. loke Zv«*k to"* Pa»»l«y Mauoi- 
•nai Che Kcotby G«oy*«oWe. Jtno" 
:.!..■ G'OytkiWo. J-»* Do«»oHo«. Round 
ho Ma«W Zhi-m>«mi.o<« Ma«Kii« C*i»tiol. 
lie Robby Mo<.o». Coni.ot. Ko*m.«ji»« 
»vb.<l Giant:* end ' M.We f«tch»« 



* • • 

fHonorabl. Mention: Al Vontve.y. 
,«.tbu.., S«o.. WQ..t».««d. Moiki.. 
^..i.oi Chu* Coop*" Round lake Chi.v 
!..,. c ..o.d« lake Zu..<». P«'» t«P«" 
,ov*>ake'Moi» Dob.owtk.. Igke Zu<*l> 
,..,,. S»*.wcn% Ma. .on .C*"»«ol. I"""" 
^;. Gia/»klfce? Dan W.Ike Ma.enqo. 
w ..t.S,h..edc lokeZu.Kl..I.» Sthc-de. 
vau<i>«'do- Do.iCuk.OM-" Ma.. an Com. a«. 
SiliaiVofibctM Ma.cn.,o O'* luiou 
,.<,„ Cfftinal M' k * Ba.ll.... lake Zu..tH. 
, P..,. 4 «»«» J«jhi.»hu«'4 J*" Johan.'%en 
MU,*loke u.«d Mo..y Rah«..»w.»«. R»u»«* 



Soliball 1MMI 

EV«|yn VanM».«i-. Hou.-d loV* Imda 
1SU - io"..»bu..j I"" Hau%H«n 
.do Br». WiU.» Wautundu G-nu 
G.avviako Ca...v MaixV Moi*«« 
. *, a 1 T.ucy Po»l!**Q'«« loke Zo'**- 

LiSapjchafc loWZui«h !o '»l'«-'q 

. a .' Re.^oM«>eki Round lake; Chm*Y 
... d Ma.«..<4o Me-d. Henna"" 

, ^ml, Km»SioM Giant. CM.dy Ro^e 

, e ,£,o Bu...do Rolil*— * Mo-onqo. 

,d. N'ewiti'an Mo.io" Cent«a» Ambet 

pUM Ma* «•• Cei.iial U-o». AndiMW'j 

*'« Zo-.ch le»t>« I«dd lot.* ZuiKhj 

Mouth Ma. Kin Cenl.ol. and Kelly 

,-...).. Maiei^o. 

Honorable Mention: *•• »•»•« 
..i^aklyk. lake Zui<»» J«""y Blo*««v 
LtH^bui'i Km Petwa. Manon Cenl.ol 
Lv.ii, Monnon. Giant; Chn%ly Bmuot. 
[oh»« ZukIi l«'do M.He. Jobnvbu.q 

> >,. K.aly. Round lake. K..» td^.a.d» 

..Q.-t Mk belle $oboui«» Wautonda. 
,.....- S»unqe«. MaiKin Cential; Gaylu 
Vn.leVy Wauto.Mla. Cho.yl Soely 
I .tH.ibuiq: Doi.o KotfH<o.y.«. Rouod loke. 
ik^.- Moiuki. Wauconda Done Kern 
l .e....e.ei . Mo< >qii Cential. Ca.ol A.cllano. 
loiind loke. Pan. Wajniinan. Maiian 
Cential audita Aikoiii.un. John*bonj 

Boy*' Track. 1MT4I 

1,... CoiUon. Round lake: Adam 

>uil,..qc... Roui.d lake: Ma.k Goidon. 

uund loke Ja%on Qu.nn. iohntbuiq; 

b.od Moyl. loke ZuiK»». Cio.q M.H-.q 

lake Zutich. Bna.i Ynqoyen. loke ZoikH; 

.an Rodqeu. loke Zumh: W.IIkh.. 

l....,on. loke ZuiKh C.J Wall lak« 

iuncb R<h Waid. loke Zurich; Jell 

p ....ho... loko Zunih. Chniiophei Piom. 

Maienqo Moik And.owt. Maienqo. Biton 

... Moie.u^. Jim Ha.ll.eb. Mono.. 

...i.al Ku.t Rou*. G.ont: Moll 

othierinan. Ma.onqo: Wolly Stonwood. 

JAaiKin Ccnliol. Malt lo»%au. loke Zui<h; 

•d M.k e O Shea. Gioytlake. 

Honorable Mention: John Mazu«. 
Want: Poul Olio. Maienqo; Molihov* 
^encel. Maienqo: Oavo lec»n»ki. lake 
tuuth M.ko lun. Wauconda; Moik 
icKo«tow, Maienqo; Denni* Blown. 
I'jhntbuiq: Ralph Howaiih. Woucondo; 

urn Se.ol.n. lake Zuuch; John Hartliob. 

^o.-an Cential. Kent Seawei. Marengo: 
dd Schwoili. Round loko; Joe Belcher. 

iund lake; Gieg Penio. Mai ion Control: 

...it Sclmeidui. Maienqo:. Paul Gioh. 

na^lako; John Kno«. lake Zunch; Moik 

l/(how%ki. Marengo: Bnon Jo»eph. Round 
Luke. Anion Wetolowtkt, Maiengo: Jaton 
la.nuelton. Gioy»loke: JtM Mcktlire. loko 

lunch, Jun' Kenning. Moiongo; Rkhoid 



V/iin. i'l Maienqo; Da«.d V/eti%ie.n. 
Johntbuiq Bnb Goi man Munan Cential. 
JoeWaih Giani Robot t Bo\oi. Maienqo- 
JoImi Mooie Round lake, and David Reed 
Moi.an Cential 

Glr l«' Track 141741 

Itaiy Mo%t Ruu»d lahc. Am. Matlm. 
Maienqo. Coiolfii Stune. Johntbutq. l>to 
tluno.noke. Johntbuiq Mattho Dr.iix..i\ 
Jniii.tbutq Ca.ol Manahon Gtay%takc: 
Moi lUnne M.ij'j.nN Gruytlakc. Mananne 
H.'i-|ii'» Gioytloke Ta.qa Nuhtbaum 
Mil' in' Cential. Shan Snow. Manon 
Cential, G.na Si Geoiqe lake Zunch. 
Jenny l. "lake Zui<h. Kelly leqtmeyoi 
lake Zui«h: Tiacy fitpold. loko Zunch. 
Any Mei.mnq Moieqo. Joimilei Hayev 
Ma.enq" Jenny Fteund Manan Cential: 
Joniniei lunnq Giant. Tkcki Albotl. lake 
Zuiih Anqela Wull Gioy»lake Michelle 
lilt Ji.hntbuiq; ond Anq«e DoWollc 
Johntbuiq 

. Honorable Mention: Cindy Brawn 
Johntbuiq. Molly Shonkv Mai Kin Cential. 
N<key Dua>. Round loke. Jodi Jockton. 
Mo'i'H'i'i Mouieon Moion. Mot .an 
Ceni.al. honey Brennei G»oy»loko. 
K.'i.betly Kennedy. Giont. Healhet 
St hull/ Mai >an Ceniial. Heothei F.t- 
l>lbb«N<« Round loke, M*helle Boemnq. 
Round lake Jenmloi Meiqel. Giant 
Suranne M.llei loke Zu'i <h. Kim Wrnnley, 
loke ZuiK.lt NkoIo Munoy. Manon 
Cenl-ol Becky Woltei . Johntbuiq Nancy 
Kuhn lake Zunch. Jenn.let Be.oil». loke 
Zu'Kh K.mbeily Meyei Maienqo; Con- 
d<e P.wni.ko. Maienqo, Cond<eP.wonka. 
Ma>enq«i. Koien loient. Giont. Michelle 
R..*kolley Moienqn Am. Romei Round 
loke Jeon Feueio. Manon Cential. 
K.m bo'iy Volkemnq. Ma.onqo Robm 



Saii'uetton Giaytlake. ond Rebocca 
Cln.k. Maienqo. loia Bi«loi. loke Zunch. 
Den it Schoumboch. Moienqo; Wendi 
K.nq Johntbuiq. Katima Andieoten 
Maienqo. Aimee Hotchoit. Manon Ceo 
tial. Lita Knk|>alnck Johntbuiq. Shatoi 
C'lidma. G'ont lita Dav>dton. Johntbuiq 
Tian Gicvoi lakoZuiKh K.m K.ichhen 
Wauconda. Kirtto Stunt* Maienqo: Oown 
Boyne Gianl. Kolhy lomkc. Giaytloke 
Ann Srhwabauei Johntbuiq Jenny 
Baelme. Johntbuiq. Suellen V/.lkint. 

Maienqo: Cn Duda Johntbuiq Ken* 

Maddo*. loke Zunch. Jenny Ecktlem 
Johntbuiq. Chnt lupon. Giaytlake. Jody 
Raitinon. Monan Cential. ^ondy Pod|Pi> 
Giaytlake Down Snaquta, Moienqo. 
Mclame Payne. Gioytlake: and Anq>e 
CauHinon loke Zunch. 

Boyt'Tennli ltlT-ll 

Todd Bioqa. Round loke: Robeii Stanley. 
R..und lake. Tony Fo» Round lake. Jomo* 
Cti.'tliO'iten Wauconda Koym Ro>del 
G.aytkike. Pctoi Ha*lit Manon Cential; 
Moll PentM.qei, Manan Centiol: Kevin 
Flynn loke ZuiKh. Olhee Mondeep. loke 
Zunc.li Tnm Touqh lako Zunch and Jock 
Ikena-io lake Zunch. 

Honorable Mention: Jell Pctkmt. 

Maienqo Mehal Anjana, Giaytlake. Dove 

Wome. loke ZuiKh: Piakath Raiamam. 

Giayt»ake. Aaiun We.tqeibei. Waucondo. 

R*k SchiHei. Maienqo Rick Sch.Hoi 

Maipoif. M.kc Uh. lake Zunch Gieq 

Rokut Manon Cential. Jock D.ob.t*. 

Wauconda. M.kc Ryan. Gioytlake Robeii 

lahey Giant: Al Giycbowtk. lake Zunch. 

lee Palotchok lake Zunchj Moik Bobb.n 

Maienqo. lom Volant. Johntbuiq Don 

Giont Johntbuiq Scott Do#.t. loke 

Zu.Kh Jamet Mekjne. Monan Cent.al. 

Peie Hoitman Round lake, ond Rob 

Woqnei Manan Cential 




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Sports Editor 

Following a loss to the SanFransisco 
49ers in. the National Football Con- 
ference championsip game in 1984, 
Bears Coach Mike Ditka remarked that 
"in this game, you are either students 
or teachers. Today we were students 

And following the 8-6 loss to 
Barrington .which eliminated the 
Carmel Corsairs from the baseball 
tournament in the first game of the 
Barrington sectional, Carmel Coacn 
Joe Pudlo finds himself in much the 
same predicament. 

The Corsairs lost because the 
Broncos had been the level of two 
games away from the state finals many 
times before. So, Carmel, want to score 
the first three runs? No problem, the 
Broncos answered; Want to rally from a 
4-3 deficit to a 6-4 lead? No problem. 
Want to match us almost hit-for-hit 
(Barrington outhit CHS only 9-8) - 
again, no problem the Broncos seemed 

to say. 

"We just could not hold them when we 
had to. You can't give a good team like 
that so many opportunities. Carmel 
Coach Joe Pudlo. whose team ended the 
season at 23-11, said. f - hol -- nn ; 

It was a sad and ironic twist that one 
ol the greatest strengths of this year s 
Corsair club -a club which gave Pudlo 

bv far his best of four seasons at the 
Munclelein high school - pitching, failed 
to do the job when it had to. Starting 
pitcher Shawn Chambers and relievers 
Put Halverson. Greg Weber and Scott 
Stahoviak each combined for nine 
walks Four of those walks scored, the 




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faithful, the umpire ruled Stahoviak 

^Barrington starter David Anderson 
and relief ace Chris Schubbe chalked up 
10 strikeouts against Carmel hitters. 
They duo kept the Corairs one-two 
punch of Stahoviak and Bob Langer 
held to two hits in eight at-bats. 

Carmel started the day on a bright 
note, scoring three runs in the second 
after one out. Paul Ostrowski singled. 
Bart Bair walked and Ricky bplitt 
drove both home with a single. Randy 
Splitt's single made it 3-0. 

But setting the tone for what was to 
come, Barrington answered with a 
four-spot in the second and knocked 
Chambers out of the game. 

Brian Bradlev singled and after three 
walks scored another run. a single 
scored two more and a fourth run 
scored on a RBI single by Tony Mensik. 

After Pudlo reminded the troops "it s -.. 

still a one-run game", the Corsairs 
recained the lead in the fourth. Yrm make trlG CQll 

Ksch, who reached base all three J ®"™^ m ^V^r^slide^ into second base against Waukegan.East ,.n 

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A summer volleyball through June 24 from 6 to 
camp for girls in grades 7:30 pm 
nine through 12 will be to/ HP I 
held at* Carmel High 
School from June 13-17; 

The group will meet 
from 6:30 to 8:15 p.m. 
The fee is $25 and there is 
a limit of 36 girls. 

Registration for the 
girls summer basketball 
camp is also now in 
progress. Dates for the 
session are June 20 



WTHS sets 
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Warren Twp. High 
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sister Michele and I all grew up 
together. We were a great lour- 
some. , 
I can remember many good 
times when we were growing up. 
I remember all of us selling 
Kool-aid in the summer, and 
many games of stealing the 
bases and hopscotch. We even 
had lights which we laugh about 
now. 

When we got older, we had oil- 
lerent friends and went our own 
ways, but we always managed to 
stop and talk to see how each 
other was doing. We would 
remember the good times, and 
about how those times went so 
fast. Michele and I are very lucky 
to have such warm people living 
next to us. 

Kim" is just another part of our 
family who has left us for awhile. 
She has touched a lot of people 
with a great amount of hap- 
piness which we will never 

forget. 

Kim is in a place now where 
there is no pain or anger, the 
same place my older sister is. I 
am sure together they are looking 
over us with a smile, and will be 
there for us always. One day we 
will all be together again. 

For those of us who are left 
with this great deal ol emptiness 
and sadness over our loss, just 
remember Kim...her smile, her 
unforgettable laugh and the 
warm and caring personality she 
showed us all. 

Mr and Mrs. Fancher, Stacey. 
Keith, Scott and Clay, we pray'for 
you and love you all very much. 

Kim', we love you. We will miss 
you a great deal, and we' will 
always remember you 

Quuiifix & SjJixk 
cHohtj & family 



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hirley Erbach 

o 62, of Spring Hill, Florida, died Monday, 
lay 23, 1988. She was born in Chicago, Illinois 
id rosidod in Grayslake bolero moving to 
lorida 2 years ago. 

Survivors include her husband Andrew of 

ring Hill; 1 son, Poter W. of Madison, 

sconsin; 3 daughters, Patricia Quick of Spring 

I. Sandra Benson of Darion, Illinois, and 

-jsan Schauwocker of Somervillo, South 

jarolina: 2 brothers, Thomas O'Connoll of 

livorsido, California and William O'Connell of 

uffalo Grove, Illinois: hor mother. Ina 

i'Connell of Chicago: and 7 grandchildren. 

Arrangements by TURNER FUNERAL HOMES. 

1360 Spring Hill Drive, Spring Hill. Florida. 

jlarence W. Haase "Blackie" 

age 70 years of Marshfield. Wisconsin passed 
way Friday June 3. 1988 at St. Joseph's 
[ospltol. Marshfield. Wisconsin. He was born 
?bruary 20, 1918 in Red Cedar. Wisconsin the 
on of the loto Paul W. and Sadie Brightsman 
loose. He lived in Lake Villa, ,11.. Antioch, II., 
[nd Mundelein, II. before moving to Fifiold. Wi. 
i 1980 and then to Marshfiold rocently. 
Ho served in the U.S. Army during World War 
was a member of the Notional Rifle 
Kssociation. He was a member of the Millburn 
tongrogational Church, Millburn. II. and had 
[een a former Deputy Sheriff of Lake County. II. 
Ho was a retired maintenance man for the 
uitioch High School District and lator for the 
\undeloin High School District. 
On January 6, 1943 ho married Myrtlo Gust in 

Fall Creek. Wi. 

Survivors include his wife Myrtle, 6 daughters, 
lharon Watson (Round Lake Beach. II.) Judy 
[esse (Lindenhurst, II.) Barbara (Allen) Glader 
[Deerfield/ II.). Bonnie Brock (Woukegan. II.) 
>onna (Kenneth) Geigor (Antioch. II.) and 
)enise (Gone) Treponier (Lindenhurst. II.). 1 
istor. Betty Rsmusson' (Marshfield. Wis.), 1 
>rother Willard (Etta) Haase (Racine. Wi.). 14 
jrondchildren. Kenneth. Annette and Kimberly, 
/atson. Michael. Stephanie and Stacy Jesse, 
hr.stine. David. Emily. Fayanne and Gail 
Hader. Brian. Adam Geiger and Tiffany 
[repanier. 
He was preceded in death by 1 sister Irene 
/alter) Link and 1 grand daughter. Jennifer 

»sse. 

Funeral services were held Tuesday. June 7. 
1988 at STRANG FUNERAL HOME. 1055 Main St.. 
kntioch. II. with Rev. Paul Moltzer of the 



Millburn Congregational Church, officiating. 
Interment was in Memory Gardens Comotary, 
Arlington Heights, II. Friends desiring may make 
contributions to tho Millburn Congregational 
Church or to a fomily memorial. 

Charley W. Haling 

82 years old of Grass Lake. Antioch, Illinois 
passed away. June 2. 1988 at Grass Lake. He 
was born June 21, 1905 in Chicago, II. moving to 
Grass Lake permanently in 1920 but he had 
been coming to tho area most of his life. In 1938 
ho took over operation of Halings Rosort which 
was started by his father in 1920. He operated 
the resort until his death. He was 50 year Life 
Member of Sequiot Masonic Lodge 827 in An- 
tioch: The Chain O Lakes Shrine Club and the 
Medinoh Temple of the Shrino: The Scotish Rito 
and the 885 Civic Club. He was a Charter 
member of the Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge 
525 in Antioch: Member of Ducks Unlimited. and 
tho Northern Illinois Conservation Club. Charley 
ws an avid sportsman and authority on the 
Grass Lako Chain O Lako area, having been a 
guide as' a young man and having spent all of 
life In the outdoors hunting and fishing. 

On June 21. 1930 he married Holen D. 
Norman in Antioch and she preceded him in 
death on January 17. 1984. 

Survivors include 2 sons, Charles A. (Dolly) 
and Eddie (Jean) both of Grass Lako: 2 
daughters: Anita (Jamos) Osborne of Grass 
Loke and Margaret (Pete) MatJeoni of Coloma. 
Wisconsin: 3 sisters. Clara Haling. Alice 
Waldweiler and Irene Lehmann all of Grass 
Lake: 11 grandchildron and 7 great grand- 
children. He was further preceded in death by 2 
grandchildren. John and Linda Haling and 1 
sistor Gertrude Haling. 

Funeral Services were held Monday. June 6. 
1988 at STRANG FUNERAL HOME. 1055 Main St.. 
Antioch. Illinois. Interment was in Grass Lake 
Cemetery. Friends desiring may make con- 
tributions to tho Antioch Rescue Squad or the 
Soquoit Masonic Lodge 827 in his Memory. 

William R. Paschlce 

ago 56 of Antioch. died suddenly Friday. June 3. 
1988 at Victory Memorial Hospital in Woukegan. 
Ho was born July 9. 1931 in Chicago. Illinois and 
had been a resident of Antioch since 1966. He 
was retired from RenJar Trucking Co. in 
Chicago. He was active with Troop 92 of the 

Antioch Boy Scouts. 

He is survived by his wife Alice Corlson. three 



eons, William Jr., Robort and Brian; one^sister, 
Ruth (Richard) Martinez of California: Visitation 
was from 2 to 9 p.m. Monday at the MAGINOT 
FUNERAL HOME. 532 Lako St. in Antioch. Chapel 
services were 10:00 a.m. Tuesday with Rov. 
Darroll English of the United Methodist Church 
in Antioch officiating. Interment was in Elm- 
wood Cemetary in River Grove, Illinois- 
Memorial to the United Methodist Church of 
Antioch, 848 Main St. in Antioch or the Antioch 
Rescue Squad would be appreciated. 



Robert J. Siegmeier 

age 65 of Antioch died Sunday. June 5, 1988 at 
his home. He was born November 10, 1922 in 
Crystal Lako Illinois to John C. and Emma 
(Tetzko) Siegmeier. 

Ho worked his entire life in the Elgin area: 
first with Carl L. Petersen- jnc. until 1964 and 
then with Hoffor Plastice Corp. in South Elgin as 



quality control manager until his retirement in 

1985. 

He was o member of St. John's Lutheran 
Church in Elgin for over 40 years, until his move 
to Antioch when he became o member of St. 
Stephens Lutheran Church. 

He is survived by his wife Florence (nee) 
Peterson whom he married in 1942: a son Jock 
(Sandi) Siegmeier of Antioch and a daughter 
Karen (Lorry) Johnson of Colorado Springs. Also 
surviving are two granddaughters. Lori Johnson 
and Sara Siegmeier and a sister Florence 
Klingenberg of Woodstock and nieces and 

nephews. 

Private graveside services were held Wed- 
nesday. June 8th at the Lakewood Memorial 
Park Cemetery in Elgin, III. A memorial service 
will be held on Sunday, June 12th at St. Stephen 
Lutheran Church in Antioch at 3:00 p.m. 

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be mode to 
St. Stephen Lutheran Church, the Hospice of 
your choice or the Antioch Rescue Squad. 



—LEGAL- 
INVITATION TO BID 

Interested bidders are 
hereby notified that the 
Board of Library Trustees 
of the Fox Loke Public 
Library District. Lake and 
McHenry Counties. Illinois, 
will receive sealed bids for 
site improvements at the 
office of Harry J. Bork. 
Librarian, Fox Lake District 
Library, 255 E. Grand 
Avenue, Fox Lake. IL. 
60020 (312)587-0198 until 
5:00 CDT on the 12th day of 
July. 1988. All bids will be 
opened and read aloud at 
a regular meeting of the 
Board of Library Trustees 
to begin at 7:30 p.m. at the 
library on that day. The 
meeting will be open to 
the public. 

All bids must be sub- 
mitted on the bid form 
provided by the Library 
and available during 
Library hours at the ad- 
dress above. The Library 
reserves the right to ac- 
cept or reject any or all 
bids or to waive any in- 
formalities in the bidding. 
Scope of the work shall 



include the following, for 
which plans and 
specifications may be 
obtained lor a non- 
refundable deposit of 
$15.00 at any time during 
normal Library hours: 

site improvements to 
include asphalt paving, 
concrete work, chain-link 
fencing work, and land- 
scaping. 

The specifications in- 
clude all labor and 
materials: broom clean 
and removal of all debris: 
contractor insurance: all 
building permits and fees: 
conformance with all 
governmental regulations: 
and other matters as set 
forth in these 

specifications. 

DATED this 7th day of 

June. 1988 

The Board of Library 

Trustees 
the Fox Lake 
Public Library District 
Lake and McHenry 
Counties. 
Illinois 
/s/ Barbara Dahl 
Secretary 
688B-783-GEN 
June 10. 1988 



—LEGAL- 
LEGAL NOTICE 

Public Notice is hereby 
given that the Board of 
Education Grayslake 

Elementary District 46, 
Grayslake. Illinois will 
receive sealed bids for: 

1. Painting of the 
Lakeview and Junior High 
School Gymnasiums. 

Reworking of (5) five 
existing gymnasium 
windows at Lakeview 

School. 

Bid specifications and 

general instructions may 
e obtained upon request 
from the District Office at 
440 Barron Blvd.. 
Grayslake, Illinois. All Bids 
to be submitted to the 
District Office by 2:00 p.m. 
on June 13. 1988. Public 
bid opening will be held at 
that time. The Board of 
Education reserves the 
right to waive any 
technicalities or 

irregularities and reject 
any or all bids or to accept 
the bid which will best 
serve the interest of the 
District. 

688B-775-GEN 
June 10. 1988 





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calipers -Inspect master cylinder 
•Road test -Repack inner and 
outer bearings and replace Irpnt 
grease seats on RWD vehicles 
only •Rebuilding ot calipers, im- 
ports, special brake pads, and 4 
WD vehicles e«tra 



'turbo 

•New oil tup to 5 qts carsfc qts 
trucks) «New Mopar oil titter 
•Check tluid levels •Check bat- 
tery •Special or additional oil 
slightly higher. 



I ICTL 
PRICE INCLUDES: 

•Installation ol Mopar/Champion 
Spark Plugs •Adjustment ol idle 
speed •Set Timing •Inspection 
ot emissions control system. 
(Standard ignition and/or 
vehicles equipped with gieater 
than two-barrel carburetors 
slightly higher. Non-Chrysler 
Motors vehicles may be higherl 



BUSINESS 

Dept. Hapten 

•Very Competitive Pricing 
•large Inventory 01 0.E. Parts 
•Almost 20 Years Same location 
•Our Success Is Based On Repeat 

Business, and Referrals From 

Satisfied Customers 



PLAY IT SAFE, 
BE 



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SCHEDUltO MAlNlf NANCf At KGUlAR IlMtS 

BRAKE 

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Equipment 



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•Inspect front pads/rear 
linings •Install new 
grease seals -Repack 
wheel bearings 



Price includes installation ot two 
Mopar- MacPhersontype strut 
assemblies-all Mopar- shocks 
and struts are covered by the 
hmitPd warranty tor as long as 
the original purchaser owns the 
vehicle 



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GOOD SERVICE ISN'T GOOD ENOUGH FOR US. 

WE WANT YOU TO HAVE THE BEST. 



That's why we've measured up to Chrysler 
Motors' highest standards for training, facilities and 
equipment. And why we'll always make the extra 
effort to keep you satisfied. No wonder our 
customers rate us so high on satisfaction. When 
you bring your vehicle to us, you won t just get good 
service. You'll get the best. 



THE 1988 
SERVICE 



PROFESSIONALS 



$*•* 



SHOWROOM Fridav 9«mto6pm 



Saturday 9 am 



SERVICE PARTS 



OPEN MONOAY THRU FRgA^8:00 A.M. TO 5:30 PM 



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* BOAROS WALLS WINDOWS 

* ROUTED & CARVEJ) _ 

* LIGHTED PLASTIC - 1060S 

* GOLD LEAF & MAGNETIC SIGNS 

(312)587-3338 

123 l«FfeKSmiC BLVD. • FOE LAKE 

[ LESTER HELTSLEV "Sign Writf r 



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ASPHALT 
SEALCOATING 

Driveways & Parking Lots 

'Reasonable Rates 
•Free Estimates 

C.T. Services, Unltd. 

(312) 680-7*76 



HOUSE OF PISCES 
PET SHOP 

203 E. State(Rt. 176) 
Island Lake 

(312) 526-5697 

M. T&TH 10-6. F 10-8 
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OFFICE FURNITURE 

& SUPPLIES 
"Everything (or year office" 

Wood & Steel Olke Desks & Chi* 01! ice Equipment 

& Supplies. Insulated Files & Sales. Tjpwitws- 

Calculators. Printing & Computet Supplies. Artist s 

Supplies-films Cabinets 

Daily 9-5:30-Sa1urday 9-3 

Fox Lake Office Supply 

7N.NippeninkB1. 
Fo« lake. II 

(312) 387-8277 



Nordstrom 
Tree Expert 

•Trees & Stump Removal 

•Land Clearing 

•Firewood 

Fully Insured 

Free Estimates. 
(312)526-0858 



CHIMNEY 
REPAIRS 



►Tuckpointing 

•Chimney Waterproofing 

•Chimney Relining 

FABIAN HEATING A 
CHIMNEY SERVICES 

(312)587-1177 (312)816-7937 



JUDY'S 
DOG GROOMING 

(Formerly of Collar & 
Leash Kennels) 

(312)634-3219 I 

For An Appointment \ 
CECO METAL BUILDINGS 

Building to a high.r ^^^^ 

jJondard of a lower ■■■■ CCCO 

cost. Save tim« and I — Buildings 

money on your n««t IL_ Q^j-yon 

building. Call the — 

Construction Prolessionols at 




510 Oak Drive 

Wauconda, Illinois 

(312)526-6820 



JC Home 
Remodeling 



Decks 

Bathrooms 

Kitchens 

Rec Rooms 

Carpentry 

Drywall 

• Painting 

• Ceramic Tile 
» Plumbing 

FREE ESTIMATES 



74)oe/ute/v\ 

HEATING & 
COOLING 

LENNOX 

AIR CONDITIONING- 
HEATING-BOILERS- 
WATERHEATERS AIR 
CLEANERS-HUMIDIFIERS 

(312)520-6286 
(815)459-2300 

Serving Your Community 

SALES-SERVICE 

An Independent 

Lennox Deeler 

For 25 Yeere 



(312)546-7528 11 m 



Finincini 
Available 



/instate 



You've Got A Lot Riding 
On Your Boat 

CaII * Compare 

Corner of Rte. 83 & Grand Ave. 
Lake Villa, Illinois 

Call Don 

(312) 356-0004 




Allstate Insurance Companies 



Deft HaiiAe 

vm ^^cyn^o SALON 

We Are Offering: 

Man** Hair Cutting and Styling. Man's 
Holr Replacement, laleii '.Techn quel 
and Hair Coloring and Je««rlilng. 
Manicure* 4 Sculptured Nails. Holr 
Waxing Removal. Facials. MakeUp and 
Application and Consultation. 

Phono (312) 336*39* 

Mon. I0o.m..7 p.m.; Tues.9a.m.-Sp.m. 
Wad.-Fri. 9 o.m.J p.m.: Sot. 8 o.m.-3 p.m. 

1 10 S. Milwaukee Ave., Lake Vtllo 




An Invitation From 

CALVARY 

Proebytorlon 

CHURCH 

Rev. Lisle Kauffman, Pastor 

COME WORSHIP WITH US 

Sunday Worship 9:30 & 11:00 a.m. 
Sunday School 9:30 a.m. 

S10 CIDAR LAKE ROUND LAKE 
(312) 5484444 



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Inter lor/Eitet lor v •«.■* . 
Free Estimates Residential 

Senior Citizen Discount 

No Job Too Small 



(312) 356-1842 1 1 



Newly Decorated 

©toe.,, (l 

Grayslake, Illinois 

Sanouil DoctfUUi 9o\ 30 Oo 300 

JUavi <lfoux <WouUi <\M Tis 

ComfittU CaUxlny <Stwtu 

(31 2) 223-6900 

After 4 p.m. weekdays 



CiatTIf If D AUTOJ MPAItS 
FORI ION C AB mCtAUS TS 

INSTILLED "^ 

.most l/A Autemoeilm WMCOVPCj 



A-Tire County Service 

MmMUm* Ova*™* • t>«fcaa • A l tja a aaajfa 

£22(312) 54S-74I1 

i \^ j^-^r^J yew ^^ooe 

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/lllstate 

Buying a Home? 
Call & Compare 

Corner of Rte. 83 & Grand Ave. 
Lake Villa, Illinois 

Call Don 

(312) 356-0004 

Allstair Insurance Companies 



SIIK-N-HAZ BRIDAL SALON 
& SILK FLOWER SHOW* 

"ZPcm* Stop f SoUa <fif*Xm* 

See Us For Your 
Wedding Needs 

•Gc*fis • Pron Dosses • Iwtatons. 

• Ham*mj<Je Gowrs 
» ut Types Accessor** 

' : 20 Webb. Grayslake 

Hazel Doyle ,(312)223-3166 




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Rentals & Sales 
Featuring: 
* Pierre Card In 

♦Bill Blots 
* Miami Vice 

Wedding & Group Pockoge 
12 i C Lakehurst Mall, Waukegan 

(312)473-0559 



10% Diic. to Senior Citizens 

All ma Timaiickidti 2-6 P.M. Sptcttli 





• • ■ 



Restaurant 

1 US Main Sfr««t 

(Rout.* 173*83) 

AnlicKh. Illinol* 60002 

'Family Dining 
Braakfatt Lunch ft Dinner 

Senior Citizen Specials: 

Monday through Friday m J* 
From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. ' .^ 

Boby Baal Liver 5 '4.25 
Pork TanderloifT^ 
.Fried Chicken 
[Meat loaf 
Fried Perch 
Roast Turkey 
Fried Ham 
w. Sandwich Delux 

(312J39S-72U 



LAKEW00D ACRES 
EQUINE CENTER 

Direct Access To . 
Forest Preserve Trails 
Stalls Available Now! 

Large indoor, new outdoor Polo ring. Club 
room, turn outs. Lots ol T.L.C. 
English and Western welcome 

Call to* mlwmjtion iftwdmt oof Poto Oub Mitchtt 

(312) 52M7I0 

23815 W. Milton Rd.. Wauconda 



THE EXTRA CLOSET" 



ANTIOCH'S SELF SERVICE ft 
STORAGE PLACE 

Center of Anita I Depot St. 

U-iOCKjT 



INDOOR OUTDOOR STORAGE 



si cuwty mm 4 uohtid 

itsavi v xa wowi 

' For Nmre Inhrmmtlon 



(312)395-7100 • l312> 395-2560 




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COME WORSHIP IN 0(IR NEW CHUCH 

CHRISTIAN LIKE FELLOWSHIP 

41625 Deep Lake Road' 
Antioch. Illinois 

Services we*Mie*j 

6 30 p.m. Evening Service «J2. urogram 

Taaiiaay fri 7» n 

9-1 1 am Womens Bible Study 8 P m Pra V er 

fja0ys.tl.ng available at ail -services ,„„.,«. acvi 

PMtac Jt« InriMhr (311) 3fS -Wl 



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CLEANING 
CONTRACTOR 

YOU CAN TRUST YOUR HOMt TO 

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UPHOLSTERY 
FLOORING 



WT „ unu „ n CARPET UPHOLSTERY I II 

YOU CAN TRUST YOUR HOME TO DRARERY FL0 ORINC 1} 



BINMG 

Alaminum-Cans ■, 

•COPPER 'BRASS |{ 
*AUTO RADIATORS I] 

•LEAD 

M RECYCLING 

8S. Rt. 12, Fox Lake, IL 
(3121587-0788 

Hours: 

Monday-frldsy 

9 «.m.-5 p.m. 

Saturday 9 a.nt.-1 p.ip. 

Receive 2* MORE Per Pound 
Over Our Current Price* Onj 
Aluminum Cans ^ 



SUNDAY MORNING WORSHIP: 9:30 a.m. 

The Exaltation of Jesus Christ 
Phlllppians2,5-8 

SUNDAY EVEMINO SERVICE: 6:00 p.m. 

What is a Disciple? Part IV . 
One Who Trusts The Lord 

(Nursery and Children's Church provided) 

MID-WEEK HOME BIBLE STUDY GROUPS 



DONALD SWEETING, PASTOR 



|«v»c^li.AiYllooh.<rtlMVrWH««.^M^Aj5««. 
OflK«taU*.V««,al»»o«ii»rfioMlM«att 

13121 356-2090 



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| POOL SERVICE 

• REPAIRS 
• OPENINGS & CLOSINGS 
• WEEKLY MAINTENANCE 
• VACATION MAINTENANCE 

EMERGENCY SERVICE: 
(312)356-6200 




IN HOME REMODELING 

OUR SPECIALTY 

You want the best? 

Let Us Handle All Your Requests! 

Carpentry, Electrical, 

Plumbing, Ceramic Tile 

CALL TODAY 

BUI ox !Bzian 

(312) 223-6996/ (312) 546-3223 



ROCKENBACH 



CHEVROLET 



Complete Sorwlco 

Ports a\ Body Shop 

Departments 

21 E. Belvidere (Rt. 120) 

(312)223-8651 



GET HIRED! 

Resumes & Cover Letters 

that Get Results. Master 

Resume Service. 

(312)43841454 



NORM'S HOME 
MAINTENANCE 

No Job Too Small. I'll Do It All. 

•Remodeling 

Kitchens, Bathrooms & Rec Rooms 
•Painting And Wallpapering 
•Flooring 
(All Types) ■ 

•Siding And Roofing 

►Carpentry 

Decks & Additions 

ill Work Very Will Done 

FREE ESTIMATES, CALL 
(414) 537-2439 



For Women Only 

TELEPHONE COUNSELING 

SERVICE 
(312) 223-8996 

To help you deal with major 
life issues, such as career 
change, divorce, empty nest, 
codependancy, etc. 

No Charge For First 2 Sessions 




OFFERING COMPLETE ROOFING SIRICES 

•Re»idenlial •Re-Rooling 

•Commercial 

• Induitfiol 



•Repair* 

•New Construction 



FULLY INSURED • TERMS AVAILABLE 

CALL TODAY FOR FREE CONSULTATION 

(312)526-6402 



CHIMNEY REPAIR 
WINDOW CAULKING 



TUCKPOINTING 
BRICKWORK 



IZyczn 'Juckpointing 

10% Discount For 
Senior Citizens 



(312)497-3935 



All Masonry 
Rapalrs 



Free Estimates 



ARE YOU TEMPORARILY 
UNEMPLOYED? 

Between jobs or a recent graduate 
and need temporary or regular 
health insurance coverage? 

Call State Farm Agent 
Bob Stengel at (31 2) 356-21 11 

About short-term or regular 
hospital-surgical insurance. 



SEWER & WATER 
CONTRACTOR 

*New Line Installation* 

'Repairs *Rodding* 

*Gravel Hauling* 

(312)526-1135 

MHI CONSTRUCTION 



MM CONSTRUCTION 

mm scon 

GONTRftGTORS 

(312) 526-1135 




EXCAVATING 

Commercial & Residential 

SEWER, WATER, SEPTIC & GRADING 

S. Ward Underground Contractors 

Long Grove, Illinois 
(312)367-6253 



STORAGE BARN 

12"X16' 
High & Dry Floor 

MOVEABLE 
ON HEAVY 6X6 
TREATED SKIDS 

Shingled Roof 

BUILT COMPLETE 
ON YOUR PROPERTY 

$1185U-Paint 

(312)662-6381 

TARRAGON BUILDERS 



MIDDLE MAIDS 

10% OFF for new customers 
on Residential cleaning on 
AAon. or Tues. 

(312)949-4350 

"We'll sweep you off your feet. " 

RESIDENTIAL & 
COMMERCIAL CLEANING 




LAKE C00RH AREA VOCATIONAL CENTER 

lfllfilSlsJlliJ SWJJ'M 

miMiMTM imTirnrini 

Facial With A Hair Style 
Monday - Friday Only IPEI: 

wiiwtrcns" && 

19525 W. Woshington St.. Groysbkt. U 



(Ad|«tnt »0 rht Coll*9« of lok» County) 



1:H4:M 
Sit. HUM 



Professional Shirt Laundry 
Drapes - Leathers - Pillows 




Same Day Service 
In By 12, Out By 5 

NO EXTRA CHARGE 

Mon.-Fri. 7 a,.m. To 7 p.m. 
Sat. 7 o.m. To 6 p.m. 



2219 22nd Street, North Chicago, Illinois (312) 689-1003 



Pot <&€»* 9Mfay, M*c 9Mdm 9 O/^ u ^ra^ 

•Announcements 
•Wedding Invitations 
•Wedding Accessories 
•Specialty Napkins 

•Stationery •Etc. -_££ n 

Ask About Publishing Your Engagement Photo iS7«. 
Come In And Sec Our Lovely Selections 

Lakeland Publishers, Inc. 

Grayslake, Illinois 
i South Whitney Street 




Crafts & Things 



Colorful, llanderafifd and Diffrrtnl 
Grand Opening! 

Wr nilu'lii b* •» ,t,,,r ,,Mnl *" fim1, Hu '— lf 

you do find um. m trrr pit i pr.i»rn lit llir 
-fir*!- 30O Shopper* 10 m.m.M* 4 p.m. 
7 llaya A Wrrk 

STOP IN & BROWSE 
CRAFTS & THINGS 

261 15 Spring IJrtivr K«M»d 



LAKES SELF STORAGE 

SPACE AVAILABLE 

Call now to reserve your storage space 
Ryder Truck rental also available 

.514 Rollins Road 
Fox Lake, Illinois, 
(at Rollins Rd. & Jefferson, across from Ingelside Train Station) 

(312)587-0131 






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SELF-STORAGE SPECIAL! 

30% DISCOUNT/ 

On First Months Rent sZM 

(OFFER GOOD THRU MAY 1, 1918) 






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HOLDING 






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IIOMCI 

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1.1. ONIT 



E-Z 
STORAGE 
Off Rt. 134 

Iwest of Railroad Tracka 
ROUND LAKE PARK 

l&SSr'dW 546-9500 



HAL'S SELF 
STORAGE 

1111 WiMhlnoton St. 

At Jackaon 

Just Wast 

of East 

High School 

WAUKEGAN 
(312)662-2299 




$125 Per Year 



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M0IIII 
ENTEITAINMENT 

SERVICE 

For All Occasions 
At All Locations. 
Over 18,000 Songs 
Brought To 
Every Show 



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i940'm to 1990'* 

Call: 312-438-4168 

Doug 

"Wolfman" 

Knapp 

Extremely Reliable 



Wharton 
Blacktop Paving, Inc 

Of Grayslake & Libertyville 

Established 1954 

Local And Reliable 

•Commercial and 
Residential Pav ing 
•Seal Coating 
For Old Black Top 



coHHiiciti • ■itiomtut 



COMMiaCUl • aitietatui 



c^Of^S 



PROMPT 
COURTEOUS SERVICE 

DUl WMa WIW 0*W« M» U¥l on «iMin wow 

CALL NOW FOR FREE ESTIMATE 

•Ubertyvill*- 
(311) *m*.m*m t»"i *•*■©•?•] 



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PRICE GUARANTEE 



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Truck 



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WE WILL GIVE YOU $2500 CASH! 

1/ 1/ ■ WW (I al _ T ._..«..^ku«m a n a nArFxcludes trade-ins. 



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$9194°° 



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1986 RENAULT ALLIANCE DL 

Stock No. 9732B • One owner, low milts 

$3995 oh 70*° sftBte 



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1984 OLDS CUTLASS SEDAN 

Stock No. PI it* • one owner, low mllee 



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$6695 158^ 



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1987 CHEVY S- 10 PICKUP 

Slock Wo. P1A20 • One owner, excellent condition. 



$5995 or H6«o 



ieonos 

14% A PR-' 



1986 CHEVY ASTRO VAN 

'10,995 



Stock No. 9775A 
8 passenger, low 
miles. 



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1986 OLDS 98 REGENCY BROUGHAM 



Stock No. P1B17- 
Full power, one owner 
bought new here. 



P0NTIAC GRAND AM SEDANS 

'10,9951 TWOTOCMOHnON 



!£ 4 



Stock No. PI 822- 
Tahoe Interior, one owner 
excellent condition. 



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1984 OLDS TORON ADO 

'9595 



Stock No. MMA- 

Every available option, one 

owner, bought here new. 



198? CHEVY S-10ILAZU I 1986 CHEVY SPECTRUM HATCHBACK 

A am am am ■ I Slock NalOISAA- one owner, bought new here 

$ 8995l $ 4995_^ 9r° 



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1987CHEVY CAVALIER SEDAN ™£^*ggFg* 

•7995 °* 163 71 iSSSl" |^» »£«••«• lw#**# 



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1984 CHEVY CELEBRITY EUR0SP0R1 

Stock No. ttf7B • V4. auto. a/c. ont owner. 

$5995 or U9« \8gfc.^ 



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Itock No. »72*A • 
[Full power, Ilk* rw 

rtneehew. 



'7695 



1 987 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME CPE. 

I Stk. No. P1614 • Fee. eiec. driven, V 8. lull power, tew mlle$ 



10,995 °'233 w ass*. 



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1 1 984 PONTIAC PHOENIX LE COUPE I 

Slock No. P1797 • Low miles, tilre ctean, good get mileage. 

$4795 o« i05 78 



■ 48 MOS. 
1475% AP.A.** 



1983 CHEVY STAKE BED TRUCK 



Slock No. 10291 A- 
On* ton, dual wheels, 
low miles, one owner. 



'7995 



1986 CHEVY CAMAR0IR0C-Z 

'12,995 



Slock No. P1819- 
Every available option, 
one owner, low mllea 



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1988 CHIVY C0I5ICA SEDAN 

Stock No. 10432A.Car.tba told frrow new, 7.730 mik 



■ •Qiaos. 

12.50% AP. A/ 



88795 « »p» 

1984 PONTIAC TRANS AM 

IWOTOCHOOSEntOM 



1 988 CHEVY BERETTA 

TWOTOOOOSEFROK 



1984 CHEVY CAMAROZ-28 

Stock No. 10138A- 40AAE 

every available option *OTe?^fael 
Including Ttope w m m t* 



1 986 CHEVY CAPRICE BROUGHAM 



Slock No. P1807- 
[every available 
'power option. ■ 



t '10,295 



FULL SIZE WAGONS 

TWOTOttOOSERON 



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FOR A NEW CHEVY. 

fOLDSMOBILE. SHASTA H.V.. OR 1 

USED CAR. RAYMOND IS YOUR 

(ONE DOOR STORE 



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, Disas ter scene 

Fire at Traco, Inc. continues to burn during afternnoon 
of June 1. Seventeen fire departments from 
throughout Lake County sent firefighters and 
equipment to battle baize at Coleman Industrial Park 
in North Chicago. Three persons were dead from the 
Iblaze and explosions and 10 were injured, including 
firemen. Four Gurnee firemen were injured in blaze. 
___ photo by Oby Cowan. 

North Chicago 
praises help 




Concerned mayor Up in smoke 

North Chicago Mayor Bobby Thompson, left, walks Flames fly at Traco. Inc in North Chicago as fire 
from scene of Traco, Inc. fire in North Chicago on June reaches its height. - Photo by Oby Cowan. 



1 . Photo by Oby Cowan. 



•i thought the air 
conditioning was falling 
down. It was just so loiind 
and scary. All the desks 
rose from the floor," 
KathvHeischbergsaid. 

ileischberg works at 
Coleman Cable Co., and 
was describing the fire at 
next door Traco Inc., a 
chemical firm in North 
Chicago J unel. 

Virtually all Lake 
County Fire Depts. were 
brought to the scene from - 
the county-wide MAVIS 
communication system. 

Normal operations 
were expected to begin 
this week at Coleman 
Cable Co., which moved 
its operations to another 
North- Chicago location 
on Davis St. following the 

blast. 

Three people were 
found dead in the 48 hours 



following the blast. The 
search for the cause of 
the blast continues. 

Those listed as dead 
from the blast were 
Richard Steohens, 49, of 
Antioch and Karen and 
Jaye Muhlenbeck, 30 and 
20* respectively, of 
Kenosha, Wis. 

North Chicago Mayor 
Bobby Thompson had 
praise for those who 
helped during the 
disaster. 

"Everybody who was 
involved really helped," 
the mayor said. 

Seventeen to 18 fire 
departments sent 
equipment and personnel 
to the scene, meaning at 
.one time, 80 to 90 people 
were battling the fire. 

Some 2,000 residents 
were evacuated. 



Our Classified Advertising Department 
is now open 'til S p.m., Mondaythru Fri- 
day, and 8 a.m. 'til noon on Saturday. 

Now it's easier than ever to sell that 
old moosehead stored up in the at- 
tic, the Studebaker hob cap collec- 
tion taking space in the garage, or 
any item you want to turn into casn. 



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6 cylinder, automatic, cab. low miles 

$4488 

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preciate. 

$4988 



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Turbo, power windows, air. cruise, tilt, 
stereo, radio, low miles. 

$5988 

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HOMES FOR Sill 



1987 CUSTOM RANCH 

Antioch, in lown. 7 rooms, 
bosement and attached 
garage. Best of 
everything. $139,500. Call 
(312)395-8276. 

-1-24-43 

LIVI IN RESORT- Enjoy 
year round recreation In 
exclusive Vacation 

Village. Fox Lake. Save 
thousands on 2 bedroom 
condo. Just $42,000. Call 
(312)587-6192. 

1-24-51 

ROUND LAKE- By owner. 
3 bedroom cedar ranch, 2- • 
car attached garage, rec 
room, and basement. 
$82,900 (312)358-7277. 

_: 1-2457 

NEW HOME BY BUILDER- 

BRAND NEW! 3 bedroom 

Ranch, living room, dining 

room, kitchen, sun room, 2 

baths. 2 cor garage, full 

basement, oak doors and 

trim. Quiet dead end road 

southwest of Antioch. 

$125,000. Call evenings 

(312)223-5518 or leave 

number on machine 

(312)223-2161. 

1-24-59 



CHAIN 0'LAKES 
WATERFRONT 

Call M. Lescher 
(312)395-7900 

6 rms., 3 BR's, remodeled 

S95K 

Big 9 rm., 4-5 BR's. 

S130K 

lot 50x140 with sea wall 

$45K 

RestAnge* 2 houses 

5260K 
RestAnge 4 rentals 
S550K 



HOME FOR SALE by 

owner, well cared for. 
maintenance free. Land- 
scaped. 3 bedroom home 
on quiet street. Vaulted 
ceiling in living room. 2 full 
baths. Family room with 
custom fireplace & dining 
nook. A beautiful brick 
patio connects home with 2 
car garage, extra deep. 
$82,000. Call to see 
(312)7400149. 

l-TF-23 

FOR SALE BY OWNER- 

Vernon Hills. Deerpoth 
Subdivision. 5 bedrooms, 3 
baths. V/t car. ap- 
proximately 1/3 acre, cul- 
de-sac. Lincolnshire 
Schools. $168,900. Call for 
appointment (312)367- 

5251. 

1-24-91 

ISLAND LAKE- New- 
construction. 3 bedroom. 2 
bath raised ranch with 2'/j 
car attached garage. Many, 
options including finished 
lower level. fireplace, 
central air. etc. Nice 
neighborhood, lake rights, 
close to shopping. 
$110,500. This home can 
have your special touches 
if you coll now: (312)526- 
8202 or (312)438-1700. 

1-25-3 



MUST SELL IMMEDIATELY 

leaving state . 4 bedroom 
ranch, full basement. VA 
assumable. 814%. $80,000 
negotiable. (312)746-1470. 
—1-24-90 



HOME FOR 'SALE- Beach 
Park, four bedrooms. In- 
law apartment; siding. 5 
woodod acres - will 
divide. $132,500. Call 
(312)6626513. 

1-25-70 




GOVERNMENT HOMES 
from $1.00 (U Repair) 
Foreclosures. Repos. 
Tax Delinquent Proper- 
ties. Now selling your 
area. Call 1-315-736- 
7375 Ext. H-IL-G8 for 
current list. 24 HRS. 





WATERFRONTS 



•Small 2 bedroom home. 2 
large lots on Duck Lake. 

$55,000. 

•Executive-style home on 
Deep Channel to Pistakee 
Lake. 

$135,000. 

CHAIN O'LAKES 
REALTY 

(312) 587-8233 



AHOMITMATHA$ITAlUUMo.11i 

Spcowling 3 b«droom ranch on larg* double lot. 3 level deck 
ondpool Interior feature* huge VTxW livjngroom large dm- 
Lroom with bowed window. Master bedroom with wok-m 
cSset. skylight ond sliders to deck. 2.5 baths for no waiting. 
Unique loft room could be 4th bedroom or office. 2 cor goroge. 
Asking $113,500 

l^^f^^eS Cod with full basement ond 

SSte^feKSssiss 

Priced ot only $92,500 

COMMOaAL-lNVESTMIHT No.lU 

10 000 so. ft. foctory warehouse with.looding dock. Concrete 
floor and high ceiling. Industrial zoning and great highway 
location. Currently earning the absentee owner in excess ot 
$15,000 per year in rental income. Asking W 15.000 

^^^S^oSS^ch. Gtv sewer and water. Triple 
daVed windows ond much more. Still time to pick your colors. 
Coll today for details. ONLY $69,000 

Tm«WICT3mtOOMSTAtT»No.l20 

This home is in great shape ond deserves a nice lomi y. 
iSSn with ntrwer carpeting. Eot-in kitchen °nd carv liv- 
SgVoom. Full basement and 1 cor garogjJ Great corner foca- 
lion in a quiet neighborhood. Asking $54,000 

RED CARPET 

WELCOME MAT REALTY 




Illinois & 
Wisconsin 



(312) 395-8600 

959 Mbi.i St.. Antioch. II 




'PUT No.l TO WORK FOR YOU" 

Professionalism & Dedication 

Buy With Us -Sell With Us 

We take pride in our involvement with our customers 

Call: CENTURY 21 

MAKI & PAULSON ah 

(312)336-7333 

YOUR HAPPINESS & 
SATISFACTION IS OUR 

REWARD 



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NEWSPAPERS 



•Antioch NcwH-Rc|MJrtcr 

• Luke Zurich Enterprise 
•North Chlciitfo Tribune 

• Wurrcii-Ncwport Press 

• LlmlcnhuratNcwH 

• Ul-Stutc Reporter 

• Wtiucomlu Lender 



• Round LttkcNcwH 

• Lake Villa' Record 
•Mundcleln News 
•Gruynlakc Timet* 
•Gurnec I'rcM 
•Vernon Crier 



Covering the Rapidly Growing Lakeland-BIState Area of Lake County, 
Covering tne "W^^ County and KemS ha County. 

CLASSIFIED DEADLINES 






BiiHincNH Ads . 
Wednesday, 1 1 a.m. 



Private Party Ads 
Wednesday Noon 



REAL ESTATE GUIDE 
t -Homes For Sale 
2-Homes Wanted 
3-Real Estate Wanted 
Uots & Property 
5-Mobile Homes 
^Business Property 

For Sale 
7-Business Property 

For Rent 
B-Apartments For Rent 
9- Houses lor Rent 

I Orientals Wanted 

II -Cemetery Lots 
12-Buiklngs 
13-Siorage 

EMPLOYMENT GUIDE 

14-Scnoois And Instruction 
15€mployment Agencies 
t&CniU care Wanted 
17-Cnild Care Offered 
IB-Situations Wanted 



19-Help Wanted Part-Time 
20-Hetp Wanted Fun Time 
21 -Bus»ness Opportumt.es 

MARKET GUJ0E 
24-lroning & Sewing 
25-Carpentry 
26-Electrical 
27-Plumoing 

2&Painting & Decorating 
29Heatmg & Air Conditoning 
30AppTiance Repair 
31 -Rado& TV Repair 
32-Prolessonal Services 
33-legal Services 
34-Tai Services 
35-laundry & Cleaning 

36General Services 
37-Landscaping 
3&Aoofing & Sdrng 
39-Blacktop 
xoConcrete & Cement 
4 1 -Building Materials 



42-Recrealion Guide 
43£usiness Supplies 

& Equipment 
44-Pel Grooming 

&Boar&ng 
47-Horses 
48-Farm Animals 
4WkxxJ Things To Eal 
50-Firewood 
5i-Feis& Supplies 
52-Musical Instruments 
53-Antiques & Crafts 
54-Bazaars 
S5<iarage & Rummage 

Sales 
56-Swapo Exchange 
57-Thrifties 
S8-M iscellaneous 
59Gothing 
EOXameras 
61 -Furniture 
62-Computers And 

Video Games 
63-Toys 
64-Sports Equipment 



eS-Wanted 
6&Auctions 
67-Notices 
68-Personals 
69-Lost 
70-Found 
71 -Giveaway 
72-Money To Lend 
7Hoans Wanted 
7SO»r Pools 
7&Boats & Motors 

AUTOMOTIVE GUIDE 
77-Recreatonal Vehicles 
78-Vans 
79-Motorcycles 

80-Trucks & Trailers 
81 -Auto Repair 

82-Auto Parts 

83VUjtos (Rent and Leasing) 

84-Fore'ign Autos For Sale 

asOomestic Autos For Sale 

86-Aulos Wanted 

87-Snowmobiles 



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required for th«s« adi: 

Advertisers Out ol Lakeland cir- 
culation area'Business Oppor- 
tunities'Garage and Moving 
Sales'Debt Disclaimers* Mobile 
Homes'Situations Wanted'Found 
and Giveaway Ads Are Free. 



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NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS 

Please check your ad on the FIRST Insertion date. In the event of 
an error or omission, Lakeland Newspapers will be responsible 
1 lor ONLY the FIRST incorrect insertion. The newspaper will be 
responsible lor only the portion of the ad that is in error. Please 
notify the Classified Department in the event of an error. 
CANCELLATIONS must be made prior to 5 p.m. on the luesoay 
before publication. 

Lakeland Newspapers reserves the right to properly classify all 
advertising, edit or delete any objectionable wording, or reject 
any advertisement for credit or policy reasons. 

All Help Wanted advertising is published under unified headings 
Lakeland Newspapers does not knowingly accept Help wanted 
advertising that in any way violates the Human Rights Act. 



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GURNEE-Brond now 4 bedroom 2 »toiy ColomoTtaody now 
lor Itt lint owm»« lo movo In I wMLoNjt lo«. lit Hoor 
family room with firoploco. Booutiful nogtrd corpot 
throughout. Groat tollwoy ocom. 1800 »q. It. of qooiity. 

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G8AYSIAKE -EXCITING MOM£- W.th »pock*rt g/ooi room, 3 
I bodroomi. IV* both*, lorgo tot-in lutchon. SWt tilo ontry 
ond firoploco hoorth. Com* Sot! 1119,900.00 
POt 4 PQ8. INC (313) 13*-41Tt 

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GRAYSIAKE-IAKEFRONTI Gfondloih^i hooto l» bolng of* 
fortd for tho linl timo. on tmpotlng 7 ttory lokvfronl, &\q. 
8 roomi, 4 M». 2 bothi. lorn. rm.. frpl. Proiontly convorlod 
lo 2 opli. but »oiily rtlornod lo ilnglo (om. Lahtlronl wi- 
ling is outttonding. SI 25.000.00 

KH 4 KM. INC MM) M»jW 



GOOD STAlTEtl Spoctou* 2 bodroom ronch with loncod-fn 
yoxd. 2 cor gorogo. tunny ool-ln kitchon with soporoto utili- 
ty room. Wtll mointotnod. loho right* to Wootttr lako. 
$63 900. 

POt 4 KW. INC (812) im-7313 




Vacant 
Lot 




IAKE CATHERINE WATERFRONT. Immoculott loktfronl 
horn*. 4 bdrmi. 3 full boiht. 2 cor garog*. Ponoromic vlow 
ol loh t from glotttd in DR. 2 Irplt 8 CA. Applioncn 8 win- 
dow troolmtntt Included. $189,900. 

POt 4 KH. INC (312) W-7.113 



EXatlENT IOCATIONI For a profttilonol offico or tmoll 
butlnou . 57 on Rt .59 ( S3* on PonV Avo. Thli vocont »/. ocro 
it |utt toulh of Guldo's Rotlouront on tho wott tUo. 
SI6 000. 

KM 4 POt. INC (IM) m-Tlll 





Grayslake 
(312)223-8178 

Waukegan 
(312)662-1021 




POE KEALTOKS 



Gurnee 
(312)360-9333 



Antioch 
(312)395-7313 



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APARTMENTS 
FOR RENT 




CrfiifT. vacant lot. 

'ear Branson, Missouri. 
<xc ollon1 recroalional and 
Lhinq oroa. $10,000. Call 
lor delalls (312)244.8248 

,,,Cr3pm i.26.2 



GRAYSLAKE AREA 

Mariner* Cov»-H»«»« III 
f,clu*iv. Iu»y Improved 
home.»M from $35,500. Cul d« 

»ocondlo».«VJ«w.T«rm». 

MERRILL LYNCH MALTY 
(312) 362-7300 



MOBILE HOMES 

I CASH FOR MOBILE NOME 
OR MOBILE OFFICE- I buy 

any year and size. Sales 

land leasing available. 

Now and used mobile 

homes lor sale. (309)452- 

0646. 

5-24-21 



WISCONSIN 
MUST SELL 

acres near fishing, 
swimming, boating and 
deer hunting. 4 ( /> * 5 hour 
drive. 

OGDEN CORPORATION 
SACRIFICE 

$973. 

Complete or Terms 

(312)986-1543 




FOX LAKE- in lown, 1 
bedroom Apt. Includes 
heal. $350. Security 
Deposit required. 

Available June 13. 
(312)526-5000. 

B-24-58 

SPRING GROVE. 5 rooms, 
2 spacious bedrooms, 
modern bath, stove and 
refrigerator. $550 per 
month plus utilities. 
(312)7450594. 

8-24-94 

FOX LAKE- One bodroom 
apartment on lake, car- 
peted, heat included, no 
pets. $360 per month. 
(312)587-4279. 

8-24-32 

TOWNHOUSE. Two 
bedroom, one bath in 
Wheeling area. Washer, 
dryer, microwave and 
oven included. Call for 
information. (312)547-8787 
days and (312)537-5931 
evenings. 

8-24-73 



MANNY'S BEST FRIEND 

VA KMOW, CHAMP, THIS REMINPS ME' 
OF A MOV/fcT I 5AW ONCB • • • THIS * 
MOUNTAIN MAM I5.0EN6 CHASEP 

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Classifieds! 

(312)223-8161 



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PROPERTY 



COMMERCIAL BUILDING 
Immediate Occupancy 

Includes a 2 bedroom apartment on 
the 2nd floor. Located in crowing 
area on Route 120. in Lakemoor. 
Can be easily converted to office 
space or small retail business, fill 

utilities individually metered. 

$39.900 

CALL TODAY (312)390-7148 



.7 BUSINESS 
PROPERTY FOR RENT 

CONVENIENCE Our 

Classified Department now 
open til 8 p.m.. Men. -Fri.. 
and 8 a.m. • noon on 
Satur day. 

hew 

wimtisilii 

UttT IMFICT1II* 

7500 sq. ft., sprinkler 
system, loading dock, 
overhead door. 

Available Now 

Can finish to your 
requirements. 

(312) 5464100 

Ask For Emit 



NEW INDUSTRIAL 

BIDG. 

At Route 12 e»p«tu*u irt*cM»te i« 
R.chnwd.2400 « ft »»<J up. I0il2 
Mfhud boor, lilt ceiluij. i« cofldituwv 
ed office, dock. 

NEILM. Inc. 
(81 5)67*4091 



4 b IPIRTMENTS 
I FOR RENT 

APARTMENT FOR RENT- 

Graysloke. available July 
1st. large two bedroom, 
oir. laundry, patio. $590 
per month. (312)623-3794. 

825-71 — 

C0ND0S 

Several 1 bedroom 
Condos. $395. 

CrUttiOUKB REALTY 

p12) 5174233 



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THE BEST OF BOTH WORLDS . . . 
Recreational Living at 
PEMBR00K CLUB . . . 

Just Minutes to Everything Elset 

• BRAND NEW Spacious 1 & 2 Bedroom Units 

• Fully applianced kitchens with 
European Cabinets 

• Washer & Dryer in Every Apartment 

• Mini Blinds / Verticals thruout 

Community FEATURES 

• Fabulous Clubhouse • Swimming Pool 

• Exercise Room • Tennis Courts 

• Jogging Paths 



»M*U«C 



CALL: 1 (312) 6620420 

UDWK5 Just off 1-94 at 

Uwton & Grind 



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BR AMD NIWII 
Wafer's 14ft Apt*, 

NOW LEASING 
1 1 2 iWroomi 

•On Deep Lake 
•Private Beach 
•Boat Ramp 

•Stackable Washer/Dryer 
•Microwave Ovens 
'Dishwashers 
70S Wtftc'i Mf« Dr. 
UfcfVilU 

(312)356-0100 

Prof ts liomlly Mwwgid by 

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NEW HOME FOR RENT- 3 

bedroom, 2 bath, 2 car 
garage, full basement, gas 
heat. S725 per month. 
Near Twin Lakes, Wl. Call 
(4 14)537-2869 a Iter 1 1 a.m. 

9-24-45 

FURNISHED 2 BEDROOM 
HOME- 1 car parking, no 
pets, middle-age person 
preferred, quiet area, 1 
year lease, $41 5 per month 
plus utilities. firm. 
References, security 

deposit required. (312)587- 

5193. 

9-24-35 — 



WAlGifWS -*T. rtOSWCT 
1010 Ml. Prospect Plaza 
(nr. Rand & Central) Now 
Hiring Permanent Parl-Tirnc 
•CASHIERS •COSMETI- 
CIANS 'STOCK CLERKS. 
Apply in person between 
9a.m.-5p.m. 

£Of M/F 



SECURITY 
OFFICERS 

Part-Time Days 

Monday through Friday in 
Lake Zurich 

Please Call: 
(608)362-0244 

Equal Opportunity Employer 



Part-Time 

PARK 

POLICE 

100 N. Seymour 
Mundelein, II. 




HOUSES FOR RENT 



ROUND LAKE BEACH- 

Townhome in Countryside 
Hills. 3 bedroom. VA both 
large 2 car garage with 
large drive, large end lot, 
quiet neighbors, fireplace, 
patio. large master 
bedroom, kitchen ap- 
pliances, central heat/air, 
washer/dryer hook-up. 
$675 per month plus 
security deposit, 1 year 
lease with association by- 
laws, references required. 
Must be able to occupy on 
or about June 15. Days call 
Mrs. Evans at (312)926- 
6753 or eves/weekends 
(312)740-0706. 

9-24-13 

HOUSE FOR RENT- 3 
bedroom. garage, 
basement.' Month to 
month. S725 per month. 
Coll (312)258-7277. 

9-24-52 

TOWNHOUSE FOR RENT- 

Round Lake Beach area. 2 
bedrooms. $595 per 
month. Call (312)834-0308. 
-9-25-46 



URGENTLY SEEKING 
HOUSE- Responsible, 
employed, single parent- 
student with two won- 
derful little boys relocating 
from out-of-state. Will 
consider renlal with op- 
tion. Please Call (515)774- 
5230 

10-25-14 



HOUSEWIVES 

Need extra money or 
just need something 
to do? Part-Time 
positions available in 
housekeeping. 

Call: 

WESTAR 
SERVICES INC. 



(312)8034326 
(312)459-5997 



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CASHIER 

Employment Oppor- 
tunity Available. 
Hours Flexible. Ex- 
perience Not 
Necessary. Call 
(312)223-4767 

JALOMftop 

Food Mart 

Route 45 & Center St. 
Wildwood, Illinois 



CHECK THE REST... 

Bui Join lh« b«itl Frivndly Hom« 
Parti** ho* openings In thli or»o 
lor monogmti and d«ol«r>. Com* 
minion up to 25% Hlgh.it 
Hottttft Awards. No Delivering 
or Collecting. No Handling or 
Sarvlco Charge. Over 800 
dynomlc Itemt of toy». gifts. 
home detor and Christmas 
decorations. Former Parly Plan 
Dealers -Be sure and check our 
proarom belore joining any 
other. Call lor FREE CATALOG 
1.800227.1510 






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BUILDINGS 



POLE BUILDINGS 

Horse Barns, 

Riding Arenas, 

Storage & Commercal 

Buildings 

And Fencing. 

15 Years Experience 

Call Fred Doane at 

(414)728-9006 

Doane 

Brothers 

Construction 



Bonking 

. PART-TIME 
TELLERS 

Mundelein and Wauconda 

We we currently seeking part-time 
Tellers lor positions in our 
Mundelein office and Wauconda 
facility. Eiperience is preferred, 
but some customer service and 
money^andlint eiperience will 
qualify you for training in these 
positions. 

We offer an eicellent starting 
salary and benefits. Please call for 
an appointment or application. 




(312) 546-6200 

FIRST 

OF AMERICA 

BANK 

MUNDflfIN 

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CRAFTERS 

WANTED 

FOR SHOW 

JUNE 1 8th & 

19th 

For More 
Information 

talk 
•ITST 

(111) SSI-MM 

Or Write 
3)W.*re»eUve. 
fexLaftt, **•#!• 




PUBLIC SERVICE LIBRARIAN 

30 hours per week. Duties include Reference and Readers' Advisory 
for both adults and children. MLS preferred but will consider library 
Science student or library experience. Must have good writing Skills, 
and graphic design, newsletter layout, or desktop publishing skills 
perferred. Salary J7.80/hour and up. negotiable. 

Send retime te: 
Berbers Elmers, 

Lake Villa District Library, 

1001E. Grand Ave. Lake Villa, IL 60046. 
(3121 356-7711 



HAVE FUN AND LIARN 
ART THIS SUMMER- 

Summer Art Camp lor 
children. 8 sessions with 
an artist featuring two 
types: Pottery Camp and 
Mixed Media. Small 
classes with lots of in- 
dividual attention. Most 
materials provided. 
(312)356-2109, ask for 

Carol. 

— 14-24-50 — 

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SUMMER CHILD. 

CARE/HOUSEWORK- 

Needed for 2 girls ages 10 
& 11 References required, 
must have own Iran- 
sporlation. Hours 

neqotiable. Please call for 
r n ,e?view: (312)223-2789 

° H !:i P J.?6.TF.34 

MATURE WOMAN 

NEEDED- To care for 2 
school age children during 
summer months- in my 
Graysloke home. Light 
housekeeping duties. Must 
be dependable. 

References required. Call 
days (312)223-8161. ask for 

Loretla. 

16-TF-72 



CHILD CARE- Responsible 
Mom will sit. my Lake 
Zurich home. 2 years and 
up. (312)438-7290. 

17-24-41 

DAY CARE- State licensed 
day care home has 
opening. References 

available. (312)356-2058. 

17-27-9 

PATS VACATION SIT- 
TING SERVICE- Will sit for 
your child/pel in your 
home 24 hours or doily. 
Vacation or business trips. 
Non-agency, excellent 
rolerences available. Call 
(312)854-0970. 

- 17-2569 
RESPONSIBLE 
MOTHER/TEACHER- Has 
openings for your infant or 
toddler in my Lmdenhurst 
home. (312)356-5312. - 
-17-24-103 



EXCELLENT ADVANCEMENT 
OPPORTUNITIES 

Young, fast-growing company seeking Part- 
Time help for housekeeping, new construction 
cleaning and commercial cleaning. Promo- 
lions provided. 
ADVANCEMENT FOR ENTHUSIASTIC WORKERS 
Call: 
WESTAR SERVICES, INC. 
(312)803-0326 

or 

(31 2) 459-5997 . 



HELPWUTO 




WOMEN/MEN Earn extra 
money. Sell Avon, near 
home/work. . 

(312)5660990 

-19-TF-l 

HOUSEKEEPER WANTED- 

for elderly lady. Light 
housekeeping once a 
week. Call AM (312)546- 
7627, after 7 p;m. 
19-25-38 ; 



I {0nfekW I 

PART-TIME FUN o ' 

Work Part-Time At Carsons-The Same 

Place You Love To Shop 
Part-time sales positions now 
available. Starting rate depends on 
your experience. You receive a 20% 
employee discount on our merchan- 
dise, and you may even qualify torour 
complete benefit package depending 
on the number of hours per week you 

work. Apply In Person 

PmonMl Office 3rd floor 
Monday - Saturday, 11a.m>5 p.m. 

Ukohurst'Mall 
wnukogan, Illinois 

' IquoJ Oppofluoity hnfihyr 



TELEPHONE 
SALES 

Part-Time Nights 

Earn hourly plus 
commission, 2-3 
nights a week, set- 
ting up appointments 
for sales staff. Call: 

(312)438-7603 
Mr. Dean 




Part-Time Driver 
With Own Van 

Applications are being 
taken at Lakeland 
Newspapers for a 
driver to deliver 
newspapers to post 
offices and stores on 
Thursdays only. Must 
be reliable and have 
references. 

Contact Bill 
Schroeder, Sr. at 

(312)223-8161 



JANITORS 

Wanted To Work On 

Base! 

At Glenview Naval Air 

Station 

Available Immediately 

Prefer Military Personnel 

Or Dependents 

15-27 Hours 
$8.59 per hour 
Bargain BroomS 



|_J31 



(312)644-2001 



. 



20 HELP WANTED 
FULLTIME 

WOMAN TO LIVE IN and 

care for our elderly mother 
and help with household. 
Strong, understanding and 
caring. Room, board and 
salary. L.P.N. a plus. 
(312)223-4470. 

20-24-36 

OWNER- OPERATORS 
NEEDED- 1986 or newer 
12' & 24* straight trucks and 
cargo vans. Clean driving 
record 8 DOT qualified 
only. (800)641-6033 8 a.m.- 
12 noon. 

20-24-26 

MOSTLY RASKETS- Need 
exfra income?Want 
flexible hours? Sell wicker, 
baskets and wall decor on 
home party plan. 
Representatives and 
managers > needed. Call 
Brenda (800)521-1228. 
20-24-24 



SHINQLERS 
WANTED 

Good pay, Full Time. 

Calf For Appointment 

(312)526-5500 
WON ROOFING 

Syatema, Inc. 

638 S. Main St. 
Wauconda, IL 



Lakeland Newspapers 31 



Friday, June 10, 1986 




1 



DRIVERS; WHAT'S IM- 
PORTANT? Is it: 'Time at 
Homo, *Top Pay, 'Great 
Equipment, *Peoplo Who 
Care, 'Super Benefits? At 
Stoops Express we can 
offer all of that and more. 
We want single drivers and 
teams (husband and wife 
welcome) who are at least 
23 years old with 1 year 
OTR tractor trailer ex- 
perience in the last 2 years 
or 2 years' experience in 
the last four years. If you 
qualify. CALL US TODAY. 
Stoops Express, Nation- 
wide: (800)428-0461 . 
20-24 -27 




EXPERIENCED 

SALESPERSON 

For Commercial 
Printer 

Lake Pointe 
Press 

925 Ql«n Flora Ave. 
Waukegan, II. 



DYNAMIC PIOPL1 ARI THI 
KIT TO OUR SUCCMS! 

Phoenix Jewelers an agfi^iw J|^^^l 
with locations throughout the miawwl Is look 
ing for a few winners to add to our team. 

We offer excellent starting salary plus 
elevated commission based on totoLmonlhte 
sales, insurance, vacation, and uniimiiea 
career advancement potemai. 
If vou are motivated and want the opportuni- 
ty for success please contact Bill White. 

(31 2) 680-8440 



HOUSEKEEPERS 



. Immediate Opening 

Full Time 

Excellent Benefits 

Contact Sister Arlene 



(312)438-5050 



SMALL PARTS 
ASSEMBLY 

(Antkxh & Waukegan 
Locations) 

We are currently lining 
positions on 1st and 2nd 
shifts, which require the 
following experience: 

* Coil Winding 

• Small Parts Assembly 
(or simular / related 
experience) 

These temporary posi- 
tions are long term in 
length. 40 hours per 
week 

If you have a stable work 
history and are depen- 
dable, please call 

TODAY! 

Kelly 

Services, 

Inc. 

Libirtyvillt (312) 367-1144 

Waukegan (312) 662-0770 

Equal Opportunity tmpioyr 

m/l/h 
Not an ogency • Ntvr a !•* 



HOUSEKEEPER 
FULL & PART-TIME 

Full time hours are 
6 a.m. -2:30 p.m. 
daily. No 
weekends, Part- 
time hours are 7 
a.m. - 3:30 p.m. 
daily. Some 
weekends and 
holidays. Performs 
and supervises 
various cleaning 
functions daily: 
walls, windows, 
bathrooms, etc. 
Responsibility of 
extract/steamer 
machine, roto-type 
shampooer, bur- 
nisher, etc. 
Responsible for 
scheduling of staff, 
inventory of sup- 
plies, ordering of 
materials. Institu- 
tional housekeep- 
ing experience 
preferable. High 
school diploma. 
Excellent benefit 
package. 

PARKSIDE 

LODGE OF 

MUNDELEIN 

(alcoholism-substance 
abuse trtatmtnt facility) 

(312)634-2020 
Ext. 26 



Member Lutheran 

General Health 

System 



MUNSON MARINE 

The largest marine dealer in Illinois has made 

available a Full Time sales position In its skis 

and accessories department at their Volo 

location. 

An excellent opportunity for the new salesman 

or the seasoned veteran. 

Many benefits, .employee discount, paid 

holidays, sick pay and more. 

Come To Where The Action Is! 

MUNSON MARINE 

(81 5) 385-2720 
Ask For Roger Or Blair 



ATTENTION COOKS! 

Immediate openings 

Full and Part-Time Positions 
Little Or No Experience? We Will Train 

Company Paid Insurance 

Call Or Stop By At 

Saloon & "Eatery 
10 W.Grand Ave. 
Lake Villa, Illinois 

(312)356-0300 




ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLERS 
PC BOARD 

We have an immediate opening in our Elec- 
tronic Assembly Department. Applicants 
should have prior experience with assembly 
techniques of printed circuit boards, must be 
able to work with micro-miniature com- 
ponents and devices and miniature hand 
tools. Hand soldering techniques c i plus. Ap- 
plicants must also be knowledgable ot 
resistor color codes. Good starting salary, 
excellent benefits, congenial work 
atmosphere. 

Applications being accepted between 
the hours of 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 

Intrupa Manufacturing, Inc. 

95 S. We. 83 Grayslake, II 



OPPORTUNITIES 
ENTRY LEVEL 

JET INTO PRINTING. We manufacture computer] 
ind business forms and we're looking for a "Few 
jood people" for ENTRY LEVEL positions to learn 
fhe printing business. Must be available to work any 
shift: 

The ideal candidates will be high school graduates,! 
nechanically inclined, dependable and have a I 
stable work or military record. , 

* Starting rate $4.51 
•20% In raises tht first yaar 
' Opportunity to enter the apprentice program 

• Full benefit package 

your are looking for challenging work, excellent 
/ork environment and job security, we can offer 
/ou a career with excellent promotional' 
)pportunities. 

Apply In person 8:30 ».m. to 5:30 p.m., MoitFrl. 

Forms Cor pocolion of Arnerico 

3106 N. Route 12 
Spring Qrove, Illinois 

mquol opportunity employer m/f 



m 



FULLTIME 
COOK 

For 162 residents. Good 
bonofits. Contact Sister 
Arlene In the Dietary 
Department. 

(312)438-5050 




GENERAL LABOR AND 
ASSEMBLY WORKERS 

Mundelein Area 

Good wages and fringe benefits. 
No Appointment Necessary, Tues- 
day, Wednesday, Thursday 9am- 
4pm 

1500 S. Lake St., Mundelein, IL 

Conveniently located on 
" Rte. 45 near Rte. 60 

(312)249-4100 



6 



MANPOWER* 

TEMPORARY SERVICES 



DISPLAY 
ADVERTISING SALES 

We're looking for a special person to join our sales 
staff as a display advertising representative. Your 
dosiro to succeed will bo matched by our quality pro- 
duct, training and benefits. Working with a minimum 
of supervision, a self-motivotor is an idea candidate. 
Previous advertising sales experience Is not man- 
ditory but would be a definite plus. If you are looking 
for a career, investigate this position. 

For an Appointment. Contact: 

Lakeland 

Newspapers 

(312)223-8161 



30 S. Whltn«y. P.O. box 268 
Grayslake, IL. 



GRAPHIC 
ARTIST 



Forms Corporation of America, a 
qrowing and progressive business 
forms manufacturer is seeking a 
Graphic Artist with two to three years 
light table/camera experience. 

Starting rate up to $9.03/hour, 
depending upon experience plus 
excellent benefits. If you are looking 
for an excellent work environment 
and job security, please call for 
appointment. 

(815)675-2392 

FORMS CORPORATION 
OF AMERICA 

3160 N. Route 12 
Spring Grove, IL 




mquol opportunity omphyr m/t 




n 




To be a successful temporary worker you need the 
right skills matched with the right assignment. 

Manpower Temporary Services is the ONLY One with 
a complete system to help you be the most 
successful. 

* Skill Measurement related to the work you 
want to do 

* Free Word Processing training on real 
equipment. Using more than 15 types of 
software being used by our customers. 

* Competitive Pay Rates 

* Excellent Benefits 

* Best Assignments in Lake County 

IF YOU REALLY WAHY Y0 BE A SUCCESS, 
aUNOWK>RAPPOINYMENY! 

MUNDELEIN LANE BLUFF 

(312) 949-4100 (312) 295-0400 

LAKEHURST 
(312)473-4300 

©MANPOWER 

- iem:>o«ary SERVICES 



LEGAL SECRETARY 



Outstanding opportunity for litigation 
trained legal secretary. Major law firm 
seeking bright, well-organized, detail- 
minded individual with good communica- 
tion skills and excellent typing. Shor- 
thand helpful. Minimum of 2 years solid 
law firm experience required. Non- 
smoker preferred. We offer an excellent 
salary, commensurate, with experience 
and an attractive benefit package. 

Call CHARLOTTE at: 

(312)623-0700 



THE STATE BANK 
OF LAKE ZURICH 

POSITIONS AVAILABLE 

'RECEPTIONIST 

* NEW ACCOUNTS 

REPRESENTATIVE 

* TELLERS trull or Part- Time! 

On Job Training Provided 

Please Apply In Person 

THE STATE BANK OF LAKE 
ZURICH 

35 W. Main St. Lake Zurich, II. 

equal opportunity •mploymr 



ALL POSITIONS AVAILABLE 

FULL & PART-TIME 

* COOKS 

* BARTENDERS 

* BUSSERS 

* HOSTESSES 
•COCKTAIL WAITRESSES 

College students - Apply Now For 
SUMMER JOBS 

Apply In Person A t 

PIER,PLACE 



in Fox Lalic 



33 W Grand Avenue 



Fox Lake. IL 




OLSTEN PEOPLE 

EARN HIGH SALARIES 

RECEIVE CASH BONUSES 

GIFT CERTIFICATES 

VACATION PAY 

Work in: Vernon Hills, Liber- 
tyville, Mundelein, Bannockburn 
and Buffalo Grove 

WENEED: 

* WORD PROCESSORS 

* SECRETARIES 

* CRT OPERATORS 

* TYPISTS 

(lo train on CRT) 

CALL TODAY!! 
13121459-1600 




SERVICES 

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/V/H 



Friday, June 10, 1988 



32 Lakeland Newspapers 



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20 HELP WAITED 
FULLTIME 

WHETHER YOU'RE looking 
for an employer or on em- 
ployee, Lakeland's Em* 
ployment Guide will make 
your search a success. 

(312)223-8161 



EXCITING MANAGEMENT 
PROGRAM* In Tran- 
sportation. Many locations 
across U.S. to choose from. 
Degree/Transportation • 
experience required. 
Submit resume to: Lyman 
Boll. Box 189, Omaha. NE 
68101. 

20-24-23 



medK al ptotttlonalt 

SnSSRHASg 

DALLAS C00MTT 
HOSPITAL 

tltUlnift»«t.hn*.l*«« a 

1-515-465-3547 

EOEM/F/V 



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»at*mal iwmn • 

W»4ing top p>oltlnw)ol; lex Pf/OT 

po««»«ont Mu«« b*> r»gt«to«*d or 
r t^ttrf »Ikj.W« loc. to Nortfwwi In- 
(Jkk*o Cvlf VwHi and Miawtnt 
wot. W« oM« competitor* tal A 
b*n«fit« ifcot inctwd* '$1,000 ttaH-«M 
SonuV 100% rtl« i«o fAK). 
OkH«« VUdui.. or.) much 
mors... WneJ i«wm o* call P«ogr 
C M.HtflCo 

P.O. l*H2t,JUUri, IM 44714 
M.7-337.S.M 

lOtM/f/V 



mm thermst 

Fully certified. Immediate 
opening at intermediate care 
facility for mentally retard- 
ed adult women. Contact 
Sister Arlene at 

(312)438-5050 



CONVENIENCE Our 

Classified Department now 
open til 8 p.m., Mon. * Fri.. 
and 8 a.m. -' noon on 
Saturday. 



RN or IPN 



Caring lor mentally handicap- 
ped. Immediate openings, lull 
or parl-tlmo. 1 1a.m. - 7p.m. or 
9p.m. -8a.m. shltt. Good 
Bonolits Contact Sister 
Arlono at Mount St Jospoh's 

(312)438-5050 



| COTTAGE Albfcii 

Coring for menially handicap- 
ped. Immcdlalo oponlngt, lull 
or parMlmo Including Sat i 
Sun. 11 a.m. — 7:30p.m. 
wookcndi. 4p.m. lo 9p.m. or 
9p.m. lo 6a.m. dally. Frlng» 
b«n«flt». Contoct Slttor Arlcno 
alMoonl SI. Jotoph't 

t (312) 438-5050 



Lakeland Classifieds! 



Medical 



CRNA's 



* 3rt» t*d «•<! G»m»f located « «*• 
*...ur M CI* o« JonwOtKO A» run 

ZwHK colons Wt o«.f conv 

3SV5 y"»^ound .WM^ 

££ J-*! «~eii mo»« Dry o» «?000 

c.** icnooJ «y»t»m and H or#y 65 
— -? l'C»n Mtmp^c* 

S*nd tvtucnm to: 

NEA ANESTHESIOLOGISTS, 
PA 

104 S Cnwch. J bwm Am w . *" W40I 
OrCaflCaMMl 

(S01)*»-«XII 



RN 

11 p.m.-7 a.m. 

Full-time/part-time 

Position available in a 

progressive extended care 

facility. Competitive 

salary 'plus benefits. 

Call For an 
Appointment 

Mrs. Novack 
(312)438-8275 
Monday-Friday 



RNs-LPN* 

• MM position avalUM* for 

vteort* 3 p.«i..11 o^o. ond 
11 p.m.'7 ojh. Full Tkoo. 

* IPH pmmHnm ovolloMo 2 
wotwo o wwtti 7 •.«».• J 
p.m. 

a lFN fwottloo ovolloMo. 
rorf.thoo 11 F*-7 •-*». a 
to 9 fOffcts o 



Apply In Pert**; 



HISSMMtAvtMM 

Watttfaa, IK»#b 
(ill) 144-4700 



Cortlfiod 

NURSING 
ASSISTANTS 

An 139 bod skilled In- 
termediated caro facility 
has openings for Certified 
Aide's 
Wo Offer; 

'Starting Salary 

$5.25 Per Hour-. 

•2 Pay Increases In 1 Year 

•Paid Sick Days 

•Paid Holidays 

•50% Health/Dental 

Insurance Paid 

•Low Resident/ 

Staff Ratio. 

Contact: 

LIBERT YVILLE 
MANOR 

- 610 Peterson Rd. 
llbertyvllle. II 

312-367-6100 





20 HElfWUTO 
FBLLTIK 



Lake Zurich Plumbing 
and Heating firm is 
looking for a reliable 

PLUMBER 

Experience in service 
work and some new 
construction. 

(312) 43M2M 



SHIPPING! 
RECEIVING 

Immedule opening lor respon- 
sible personln shipping/receiv- 
ing. Position ha£ a variety ol 
duties, experience in packing 
lor UPS and motor freight ts 
helpful Nice working condi- 
tions, good salary and 
benefits. 

Phone: 

SAM BRILL 

(312)945-2000 

DUIAOUN 

nmnuiMHui 



Word ProcessJng 
I PC Operators 
Secretaries 




RECEPTIONIST/GENERAL OFFICE 

As a result ot promotions and planned growth. (WojHi™iJs 
fett within the corporate headquarters of our 58 year old 
comoany lor Receptionist and Ollice Administrative pc'son- 
neMno irSividual we seek will have some previous olf.ee 
eipe ."nee. training on various office equipment, pleasant 
tonality and excellent phone manner. In return we oiler 
competitive salary, benefits and pleasant environment. 

CalhVINCECAFFARELLO 
DURACLEAN INTERNATIONAL 

21 51 Waukegan Rd., Deerfield, IL 6001 5 

(312)945-2000 | 



TO* ATI 

10 Good Reasons Why 
You Should Come To 
Work For Kelly Today: 
1.FrMTf*fa-4Stii 



7. CoBOvtiftve 

3. 

4. 

S.V 

7. 

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It 



, Travel Oofc 



pttssit* 

UUNDIT DiMITMENT 

Full & Part-Time 
Will train, benefits 

Call: Mr. Dean 
(312)438-7603 



Service 

Call ToSay For 
Dotaitt! 

Kelly 
Services, Inc. 

Ubtrtyrilie <312) 367-1144 

Wauktgin ...(312) 662-0770 



CREDIT A 
COLLECTIONS 

We hate in immediate need tot a 
selktart.nl person to work within 
our customer sewce department. 
Responsible lor credit and collec- 
tions. II you ate results oriented, 
have cood orcanuatwnal skills, have 
ryp.nc ability and want to be part ol 
a piopessive company please call: 

VINCE 
CAFFARELLO 

(312)945-2000 

DURACLEAN 
INTERNATIONAL 



'The Sew You" Opening In June 

" HAIR STYLIST 
• NAIL TECHNICIAN 

Are you fired ol giving a percentage ol your .earn- 
ing* to o shop owner? Rent spoce Irom us ono keep 
100%. 

Were o division ol "Almost Howoii Tonning Solon 
And Boutique" expanding Into hoir styling, toning 
tables, women's rented formol wear, noils. 
Wo have large proven clientol. Coll or stop by lor 
more details, all Inquiries remain confidential 

"Almost Hawaii Tanning Salon 
& Boutique" 
(312)395-7227 

Were AntioclYs only complete beauty center 
under one roo». Why go anywhere else. 




JCPenney 

— Lak«hurst 
Safes Pmrmonnml 

Full Time Permanent Commissioned Sales 

•DRESSES 'SHOES 'SPORTSWEAR 

Wc otter BKcelicnt company benefits including medical/dental, in- 
airance. paid vacafon. holidays, sick pay and p'ol.t sharing tor ALL 
f^GULAnAGSOCIATES and generous d.scouni plan is available to. all 

assocales 4pp// /fl p#fSO|J Qr p honm 

Monday - Friday, 10:00a.m. -4:00p.m. 

(312)473-0300 



Equal Opportunity Cmploy* m/l 



Full Time 

SECONDARY MACHINE 
OPERATOR 

For Mfcr AmJ Ifcvorf toi-«- 

Mechanical skills required. 
Overtime, comprehensive insurance benefits, 
profit sharing. 

Call Bob for Interview 

(312)395-3560 

SKACH MANUFACTURING CO. 



IMMEDIATE OPENINGS 

NOW HIRING 

•WAITRESSES 

'WAITERS 

•HOSTESSES 

ALL SHIFTS AVAILABLE 

APPLY IN PERSON ONLY 

449 S. Rand Rd. Lake Zurich, IL 

HILLCRESS RESTAURANT 



. 



Airtwch, MB** 



URGENT! 

Needed Immediately 

OWNER/OPERATORS 

Semi Dumps 
Permanent Lease 
Trailers Available 

BULK TRANSPORT 

(31 2) 298-8636 



Full Time 

Experienced 

ELECTRICIANS 

Wanled For 

Commercial, Residential, 

Industrial 

(414)857-9222 

County Line Electric, 
Corp. 

Bristol, Wis. 



COUNSELORS 

Progressive Long Term Care 
Facility seeks motivated, en- 
thusiastic individuals to work 
with adult clients in a residential 
setting. Duties include initiating 
a variety ol Psychosocial pro- 
grams. Candidate should have 
college degree in Social Work or 
related tield. 

Contact: Mr. Uwlngs 

(312)623-9100 

WAUKEGAN 

TERRACE 

e/o/e 




WAITRESSES 
WANTED 

Apply In 
Person 

3 Flags 

Restaurant 

33S. Rte. 12 

Fox Lake, IL 

(312)587-8600 

FISH FRY 
EVERY 
FRIDAY 



CASHIER/ 
RECEPTIONIST 

Duties include the 
monitoring of 
reception area, 
cashiering, office 
filing and typing (60 
wpm), Must have 
pleasant telephone 
voice, confident 
p e r s-o n a I i t y . 
organizational skills 
and be self- 
directed. 

Please Call 

SHAWN 

at: 

(312)587-3388 



SHAMPOO 
GIRL 

Busy full-service salon. 
$5. per hour plus tips. Ex- 
perienced preferred. 

References. North Barr- 
ington/Lake Zurich area. 

Call: 

AIDA 

(312)438-8638 



BANKING 

Wo currently have the 
following 2 Positions 
available for mature, 
reliable Individuals: 

PERSONAL BANKER- 
Experience with new ac- 
counts. CD's. IRA's, etc. 
for our Gurnee office. 
Teller experience would 
be a plus. 

PI00F/ ' 
COMMIT! R Of IRAT0R 

M-ThM 

Hours 1 1 AM to close (Ap- 
prox 8 to 9 PM). Operoto 
NCR 7760 Single pocket 
proof machine, mlcrofilm«r 
and other job related 
duti«». then learn opera* 
lion of REI 6400 computer. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK 
OF WAUKEGAN 

MI012)I2UMO 

for interview 
appointment 

•quel opportunity mmployr 

. m/l 



Full Time 
Experienced 

•TREE CLIMBER 
•SAWYER . 

•CLAM 
OPERATORS 

Nordstrom 
TrceEipcrtsCo. 

(312)526-0858 



GENERAL FREIGHT 
HAULING Commercial 
Transport needs 
owner/operators! If you 
need training, we will train 
you. You will operote your 
own tractor. It you don't 
have ono. Commercial 
Transport offers a pur- 
chase program that we 
think is ono of the best in 
the industry. If you are 21 
or over ana think you may 
qualify, call for a complete 
information package. Call 
weekdays: Toll Free 
(800)348-2147 ask for 
Operator 137. Commercial 
Transport is a division of 
northAmorican Van Lines, 
a Norfolk Southern Cor- 
poration subsidiary. 
_ 20-24-15 

INDEPENDENT SALES 
REPRESENTATIVE- 

S35,000-plus potential. 
Now seeking person to be 
a part of an exciting and 
rewarding career in the 
proprietary school field. 
Coll: General Education & 
Training Inc., Henry 
Fleming (312)425-5775. 
_ 20-24 - 16 



p»ttauront 

CHILI'S 

New Store Opening 

NOW HIRING 

Full & Part-Tlmo 
•Piep & Lino Cooks 'Bussers 
•Food Servers 'Dishwashers 
CompelUive Wages. Company 
Training Program. 
Apoly in person Mon- Fri. a 30-6 
pm . Sat.. 9-t pm. Greal BeneM 
package including 
'Paid Vocations 
•Insufunco plan 
■Tuition assistance pro- 
gram 

•Food & Bovorage 

discounts 

40t Lake-Cook Rd 

Deerliejd 

(located in LakeCook Flaw) 

(312)2054818 



1 



OLSON 

MACHINING 

INC. 

970 Tower Rd. 

Mundelein, IL 

60060 

(312)949-7900 

CNCMILL& 

LATHE 

OPERATOR 

POSITION 

Call Within 



Banking 

TELLERS 
Full and Part-Time 

We are currently looking lor lull 
time and part-time Tellers. E»- 
penence is preletred, but we will 
train the right individuals who 
have good public contact and 
money handling eipenence. We oi- 
ler an excellent starting salary and 
benefit package lor these year- 
round positions. 

For immediate consideration, 
please call Gina at 

oil) an-asM 

FIRST 

OF AMERICA 

BANK 

GftAYSUKE 

33 S. Whitney St. 
Grayslake, IL 60030 

»quol opportunity employer 
m/l 



THE VILLAGE OF 

ROUND LAKE 

BEACH 

is accepting ap- 
plications for a 
hedvy equipment 
operator, ex- 
perienced In water 
and sewer repair 
and construction. 

Salary contingent 
upon ability and 
experience. Liberal 
benefits. 

Apply 

2MW. dwarf* Dr. 
to*d Like fetch, It 



Salmi 

POOR MANS 
FRANCHISE 

Small Investment. 
S1 0,000. a month possi- 
ble In 6 months for 
motivated people. 
(312) 3S2-2918 



HEATING A 

AIR CONDITIONING 

INSTALLER 

WANTED 

(4141H3-2M5 



SEASONAL 
MAINTENANCE 

Duties Include 
Maintenance Ol All 
Types. Turf Care. Clean- 
ing, Etc. 

Wauconda Park 
District 

(312)526-3610 

112 Park St. 
Wauconda, IL 

Must Apply In Person 



' 



Full Time 
LIFEGUARD 

For Swimming Pool 

Will Send To School 
For CPR 

Round Lake Park 

Area 
Mobile Home Park 

(312)546-5060 

Leave Message 



SALIS 

OPPORTUNITY 

Distributor of lubricants 
and related products 
seeks experienced sales 
representative to service 
established accounts 
and develop new 
business. This "no 
travel" opportunity of- 
fers a company car and 
full benefits. If you are 
a self-starter with the 
ability to manage your 
own territory, please 
send resume in com- 
plete confidence to: 

OIL SALES 

P.O. Box 209 

Gurnee, IL 60031 



i 



MAINTENANCE 

FOREMAN 

2nd Shift 

Should be familiar 
with hydraulics, 
cold . rolling and 
slitting aluminum 
coils. Modern 
plant and equip- 
ment.- Good 
wages and 
benefits. 

ALUMINUM 
MILLS CORP. 

200 Schelter Road 
Prairie View, IL 60069 

(312)634-3150 

toe m/l 



Lakeland Newspapers 33 



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HELP WAITED 
FULLTIME 



ASSISTANT 

MANAGER 

TRAINEE 

Prestigious Mens For- 
malwear Store Seeking 
Sales Orientated, detailed- 
minded, decision-maker to 
grow with company. 

Call: 
Mr. Dean 

(312)438-7603 



CASHIER 

Employment Oppor- 
tunity Available. 
Hours Flexible. Ex- 
perience Not 
Necessary. Call 

(312)223-4767 

JftL One Stop 
Food Mart 

Route 45 & Center SI. 
Wildwood, Illinois 



ACTIVITY 
ASSISTANT 

Full time Activity Assis- 
tant wanted (or skill- 
ed/intermediate long 
term health care facili- 
ty located In Long 
Grove. Experience 
working with the elderly 
preferred. 

Pleas* Call 

(312)438-8275 

Bat ween 9a.m. - 4 p.m. 
Monday-Friday 



•HOSTCSS 

•coots 

•MINUET WAtTtfSSB 
•IUMCH WAITIfSSG 

Apply In Person 

Andre's 

Steak ftovs# 

('/ 2 mileN.ofRt. 173 
on U.S. 12) 

Richmond, IL 
(815)678-2671 



UNIT SECRETARY 

Long Grove extended care 
facility seeking an out- 
going person. Duties in- 
volve answering phones 
and clerical work. 3 or 4 
full days a week. Hours 
flexible. 

Contact: 

Marilyn 

(312)438-8275 



21 BUSINESS 
OPPORTUNITIES 



1000 SUNBEDS- Toning 
Tobies. Sunol-Wolfl 
Tanning Bods- Slender 
Quest passive Exercisers. 
Call for Free Color 
catalogue. Save to 50 
percent. (800)228-6292. 

21-2407 

50 PERCENT INVESTMENT- 
In 10. unit motel. AAA. 
Located at Lake Carlyle In 
southern Illinois. Must 
have $20,000 cash. 
(618)594.8100. 

. _ -21 -24-28 

fIND A JOB, or fill a job 
with Lakeland Classified. 




Market 
Guide 



SUMMER MATH 

TUTORING. High School 
math teacher for 14 years. 
Will tutor in any high 
school math subject. Call 
(312)356-8677. 

. 32-258 

PHOTOS FOR all oc- 
casions. Wedding 
specialists. Professional 
photos, affordable prices. 
Bruce C. Cairy (312)356- 
2230. 

'-32-26-02 




TOPSOIL 
DELIVERED 

12 cubic yards-$95 
20 cubic yards-$130 

J. Pease 

Construction 

Co., Inc. 

(312)587-9367 
(815)675-6677 



WILL DO CLEANING 

Experienced. References. 
(414)723-4798 

36-26-60 




lOCAl OR OVERSEAS 

JOB RESUME $9 

ond up. W« do it oil. Expert 
writing, typing and printing. 
Fr«« interview. 

ANE1ICU RESIME SEIIICE 

HI 4 ) Ir'rdtft »' Cm* Iri »i-»*i»» 
(312) 662-1331 



51 



I 



PETS 1ND SUPPLIES 

PERSIANS- CFA 

Registered. Male & 
femalo; silver. red, 

.olden, lobby: $150. 

? 31 2)740-4357 or (312)587- 

6782. 

51- 2453 

IRISH SITTER PUPPIES- 

Hunting stock, $100 eoch. 
(312)746-5696. 

51-24-54 

9 PIT BULL PUPS- Born 
3/28/88, need loving 
homo. (312)428-7384. 

51-2461 

COCKATIEL BABIES. All 
colors, $35 and up. 
(312)7400196. 

51 -254 

FISH TANK STAND- Holds 
2 ton-gallon tanks. Loss 
than one year old. EX- 
CELLENT CONDITION! $15. 
Coll Julio at (312)223-7141. 
Leave Message I 

51-25-78 

P0G6MMMM6 

ALL BREEDS 

By Appointment 
16 years experience 

Waucondo, IL 
(312)526-0395 



s? MUSICAL 
INSTRUMENTS 



SYNTHESIZER CRUMAR 

Startus, fully program- 
mable, lots of sounds. 
Great for a beginner. 
(312)546-7634 
Ask for Michael 
52-TF-58 



53 



ANTIQUES AND 

CRAFTS 



tz/fnUc/usi 

& CoCCecu£Ce± 

Sunday, June 12 
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

Grayslake 

Fairgrounds 

III. 120 & US 45 

To Reserve 

Indoor Space 

Call: 

(312) 223-1433 



Itariiluif 

drpentn/-Eltcfrical 

Ntatog 

Siding -toof'wg 

Inferior I Eiltrior Pwtwg 

Wricking ft HwMf 

Call For 

FREE ESTIMATE 

(312)317-5131 

Fully Insured 



GOT A CAMPGROUND 
MEMBERSHIP? Well take 
it. America's most suc- 
cessful campground resale 
clearinghouse, call Resort 
Sales International's toll 
free hot line: (800)423-5967 
9a.m. lo6p.m. EST. 
42-2419 

LAKE GENEVA 

TIMESHARE* I week. 1 
bedroom condo. Available 
all seasons. Full facility 
resort. $3200. (312)234- 
0095. 

42-25-42 

MAfttCf'TPLACC for smart 
shoppers, that's Lakeland 
Classified. 



58 

MISCELLANEOUS 

TYPEWRITERS- IBM 

Wheelwrilor III. $300. IBM 
Wheelwrllor V wilh 
spellcheck and memory. 
$550. Call (312)587-1563 
after 6 p.m. 

L-58.25-76 

2 METAL TOOL CAPS 
BOXES for Pickup Truck (1 
large. 1 small). $50 Ea.: 
Power Mitre Box. Best 
Offer: Router $35: 
Firowood Bosl Offor. 
(312)587-1069 after 4 p.m. 

J 58-24-38 

2 SLIDING GLASS PATIO 
DOORS- With frames and 
screens. 7r**V\ $150 
each. (312)356-2986. 

■ 58-24-1 \- 

CAMCORDERS /VCRi/ 
RADAR DETECTORS- 
Wholesale. No lax. 42 
brands, free delivery. Free 
CamCorder/Radar catalo- 
gs. VCRs from $249 (no 
catalog). Quotes only If 
you shop first, then call 
with model number 
desired. (800)344-7123. 

58-24-20 



50% DISCOUNT 

n«hiii|«rrws«M«M!Ull}«j. 
non-wo* $289! Unlifhlfd $2491 
S«f locally. (Banners, irtwort ufru. 
overnile delivery!) 

1(100)423*0163 

anytlMt 



PICNIC TABLES 

Icedir furniture, cedar pla? sell. dof 
houtei Southeast Wisconsin s 
largest display. 

lATENTIIPRtSfS 

%ml.l.OTl-t4oflHwy.M 
Kwierfw, WlMMtlii 
(414)437-0244 



Unused 
Items 

Sell Them 
in 

Lakeland's 

CLASSii irjKs: 

(312)223-8161 






CLEAN FILL AVAILABLE- 

Diamond Lake area. Call 
for details: (312)7400149. 
37-TF-97- 

(312) 223-8161 

Lakeland 
Automotive 
Classifieds! 



HORSE BOARDING- At 

oui farm in Stodes Cor- 
ners: Wisconsin. (312)356- 
3529. 

47-24-17 

HORSE TRAILER WANTED- 

2 or 4 horse. Bob Lohman. 
Sullivan. Wl 53178. 
(414)593-8048. 

47-40-26 
SADDLE SHOP-Circlo Y 
saddles & tack. Discount 
prices. Largo selection. 
Western & English. New, 
used. Buy, sell, trade. THE 
CORRAL. Sullivan. 
Wisconsin. (414)593-8048. 

47-40r27 



« GARA6E AMD 
RUMMAGE SALES 



75- SPACE PARK SALE- 
Saturday. June 1 1 . 9 a.m. -2 
p.m. Tables. chairs, 
clothing, variety. 1500 1 1th 
Avenue, Union Grove, 
Wisconsin. 

5524-99 

ANNUAL MULT! FAMILY 
GARAGE SALE- June 
9. 10. 1 1 . 9 to 5. Countryside 
West. Chasewood. west of 
Rt. 12 on Cuba Road. 

55-24-7 

GARAGE SALE- Saturday 
and Sunday. June 11th and 
12th, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 
Clothing. furniture, 
glassware, baby items, 
numerous miscellaneous 
items. 413 Thornwood • 
Drive. Lindenhurst. IL. 

55-24-30 

GARAGE SALE JUNE 9 & 
10- Antiques. Brass. 
Copper, Country Accents. 
224 W. Belvidere Rd. 9 
a.m. to2p.m. 

55-24-37 

GARAGE SALE KIT- 
Available FREE with each 
pre-paid ad: *3 Garage 
Sale signs *A handy 
Garage Sale- ledger 
•Helpful tips to make your 
solo a success 'Coupon for 
SI. 00 off on your next 
Lakeland Classified ad. 
Lakeland Newspapers. 30 
S. Whitney. Groyslake, IL 
60030. 

55-TF-67 

MOVING SALE- Mostly 
living room furniture, 
other household items. 
Tuesdays and Thursdays 
from 3:30 to 6:30; June 2.7. 
and 9. (312)395-7670 
before 3 p.m.; (312)395- 
7121 from 3:30- 6:30 p.m. 
-55-24-18 ~ 



Our Classified Advertising Department 
is now open ! til 8 p.m., Monday thru Fri- 
day, and 8 a.m. 'til noon on Saturday. 

Now it's easier than ever to sell that 
old moosehead stored up in the at- 
tic, the Studebaker hub cap collec- 
tion taking space in the garage, or 
any item you want to turn into cash. 

lakeland 



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223-8161 



* CROSSWORD PUZZLE * 



ACROSS 
I Sleeveless 

garment 
b Through 
8 Bucket 

12 Monster 

13 Evening (Poet 

14 Formerly 
lb Stagger 
16 Lett 

18 Dolt 
i 'J Father or 

mother 
20 Pagan god 
22 Reply 
26, Yielded 
28 Dined 
2 l J Generation 

30 Baking 
chamber 

31 I hat man's 
r Walk 

X\ fit] sly 
III father 
3!i Companions 
:n» Hegisteis 



38 Shrub 

39 Spotted 
41— and How 
44. Pullman cars 

47. District 

48. Work for 

49. Born 
bO Notch 

51 Seeing organs 
52. Obstinate 
S3 Unequal 
conditions 

DOWN " 
I Girl's name 
2. Matuies 

3 Ike was one 

4 Elongated 
fish 

b Bicycle part 

6. Always 

7 Iterates 

H HailMiis 

9 Soci.il insect 

10 Chill 

11. Conducted 



17 English queen 
19. Seed container 
21 Lair 

23. Endured 

24. US Indian - 

25. Doublecrossers 
(slang) 

26 Contend 
27. Tied 
28 Help 
31 Hurries 
32. Empty talk 

(Slang) 
34 Fall 
35. Wet earth 

37. Delightful 
spots 

38. Beleaguer 

40 Corner 
42 Twist 
43. Flying 

mammals 

41 Watch 
4b Deposit 

46. Sooner than 
47 Fuss 




NEW OMEGA WATCH- 14 

kt. gold, never worn. 
Originally $4000, selling 
for $2500. 'The Real 
Thing". Call (312)438-4682. 
_. 58-24-48 



THIS WEEKS 



* HOROSCOPE V 



BY SALOME 




34 Lakeland Newspapers 



Weekly 'Up: Get the (nets More Inking action. 

Aries (Man 21Apr U>) You must IJ^'W^S^.^ 
mmichv mood vou vo been in immcdintclv! It s getting >ou 
SKk^!v%«l trip might bejusl Hip thing you need now. 

Taurus (Apr. 20-Mav 20) Kmiis on j^^J^ff^l 
who have pulled you through recent bad tuiu*. lake no 
financial rSks. Avoid keeping late and Unng hours. 

Cemini iMnv 2l-.luno 2t)i Ytwr swial calendar is filli-d to 
the limit. Ami* no more invitations, for you do new I nr 
to rest as well as play. KwiV.vour npiiearancc sparkling. 

Cancer tfune 21-July 20) Collect the debts peop'o owe you. 
vviieUHT financial or personal. Wait no longer on ap- 
proaching your superiors for tin? resistance you require 

I^i (.ltd 21-Aug. 221 Kyi's an? watching you now to »r if 
vou arc all UiIIciumI no aclion, Impress lliein! An imps? 
hint notice in I lie mail may niter present conditions. 

Virgo |Aug. 2M.SepL 22) Instant gratinontkm can lie yours 
if vou o>rrectlv process the information coining your way. 
Your nights will lie busy now. so gear up for good times. 

IJIint tSenli '2IIC K'l 22) You've finally come out of liilwiiia- 
IJiHi iiml have I w»n to lake advantage of Un» amd weatlier. 
I?uj.!>- war Ufe. kit he on ll« kwkout for slunly nmiiiim 

Knirpio (OcL 23-Nov. 21) Jt> beai a duM time in your life 
now'- a rut Snop out of it with the help of some tned 
nt mI true buddies. Family members prove helpful ruiannaUv. 

SngittiiriiiH (Nov. 22-iVc. 21) The Planets are working in 
vour favor now. Finances are looking good, friends tips are 
going strong, and your family is behind you all the way. 

Capricorn like. 22 Jan. 19) Stop flexing your iiiusck* at the 
office. Coworkers hove liad it up to "there with your know- 
it-all attitude as of late. l«ny low for best results now. 

Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) 'lliose depending on you are 
lift ALLY (kfieiMUng on you now. so pull lhrou|*li for them. 
Make inquiries wliere areas an* gray, and sort information. 

llseeH (Feb. liVMar. 211) As you strive for success, rattwmlwr 
ttuit »*rsnnal inilmiKW will wii^i heavily. IMt a little spark 
and romance in your life by taking that "special one out. 

If vmi were Iwrn this Mi«rk, ymir life is bound to lip simplv 
loaded with drastic ujis and downs, but nonet Ivless it 
should lie a fun and educational one. Ilememben "A wise 
man learns bv the mistnkes of others, n fool leanis by ms 
iiwii;" An old ndagi\ it's true. -but still very applicable in 
'I'lie I louse' of Gemini. 
. »MWW. McNaught Synd. 

^ ~ " " ~~ Friday. June 10. 19S8 




WHIRLPOOL 
WASHM/MVf *• Avoco- . 
do $125 togothor or $65 
soporoto. Coll (312)587- 

6528. 

61 -24.31 

FURNITURE FOR SALI- 

Student dosk and chair 

$50. Whirlpool microwave 

$150. Hotpolnt electric 

clothes dryer $250. All. 

oxcollent condition. 

(312)438-4682. 

* J 61-24-47 




SLOT MACHINES or parti. 
Also old Wurlltzer juke- 
boxes and Nickelodeons. 
Any Condition. Poy 

$Ca»h$. 

(312)985-2742 

1.34-26 



OLD ORIENTAL 
RUGS WANTED 

Any size or 
condition 

Call toll free 

1. 800-553-8021 




COLLECTOR'S GUN 
SHOW- O'Haro Expo 
Center. Rosemont. June 18 
8 19. 9 a.m. to 4 
p.m. Collectible antique 
and modern firearms, 
swords. Western artifacts. 
This od worth 50 cents off 
each of two admissions or 
SI. 50 off for drivers with 
Expo parking stub. 
Collectors Arms Dealers 
Association (815)273-2807. 

67-2429 

FREE CREDIT CARD IN- 
FORMATION- New Ero 
Bank. Somerset, New 
Jersy offers MasterCard & 
Visa. Set your credit limit 
with insured savings. $35 
application fee. Call free: 
(800)227-7200. 

67-24-18 



N0I TAX INCREASE 

Are Your Representatives Bin 
Peterson And Bob Churchill go- 
ing lo RAISE YOUR TAXES? 
Call Just Say No To Tax In- 
creases Hotline At: 
(312)438-5915 



A HUGE POOL 
ONLY $929 

SUMMER FUN!! 

S«im in a big 19x31 pool with 
sunck'Ck. fence, filter, ladder 
^ vacuum Buy now Irom II- 
i>no*' largest lull service 
Pool Distributors 

Call Immediately 
24 Hours 

1-800-851-1895 

FREE CHEMICALS 

Financing -Master 
Card/Visa 




LET'S HAVE FUN!!- 
Seeking female with in- 
terests in festivals. 
walking, zoos, bicycling, 
traveling. dancing. 
camping, fishing and 
more. I am interested in 
learning and sharing your 
interests also. I am an 
attractive DWM. 29, 
medium build tradesman 
that is shy with strangers, 
kindhearted, affectionate, 
ambitious and honest, 
letter, phone, and photo 
please to Box 201, c/o 
Lakeland Newspapers. 
P.O. Box 268, Grayslake 
IL 60030. 
68-26-33 — 



GOLD CARD- Would you 
like lo deceive one too? 
GUARANTEED I Send $2.00 
to: RJK ENTERPRISES. 541 
Pheasant Ct., Grayslake, 
IL 60030. 

68-24-77 

BABY DESPERATELY 
WANTED FOR ADOP- 
TION-Loving Caucasian 
couple, unable to have 
children longs to provide 
worm, loving home and 
secure future for a baby. 
We are responsible caring 
people who love childron 
(and animals- we have a 
puppy) and we desperately 
miss a child to sharo our 
life. Please call collect 
(312)441-9476. 

682692 

ARE YOU Looking for a 
Hcrbalifo Distributor? Call 
(312)5460515. 

68-2669 

HAPPY BIRTHDAY- To the 

"beslest" Grandma in the 
■ whole world I Love, your 
"Lil" Pumpkin" Becky. 
68-24.74 

COMPUTER DATING- Lake 
County. Summer Fun!!! 
20 % "seniors" discount. 
(815)455-4156. 

68-40-1 '■ 

ADOPTION. My husband 
and I are interested in 
adopting an infant. If you 
know of anyone con* 
sidering placing o child for 
adoption, please call 
(815)683-2459 collect. 
68-26-98 

CONGRATULATIONS 
STEVE! You survived 

college, now let's see how 

you do in the REAL world ! 

Enjoy your lost summer! 

Love. Nikki, Sue. and the 

"Stevettes". 

68-24-75 

A WONDERFUL FAMILY . 
EXPERIENCE- European. 
Scandinavian high school 
exchange students 
arriving in August. Become 
a host family for American 
Intercultural Student 
Exchange. Cal I 

(800)SIBLING. 

68-24-14 

ADOPTION. Happily 
married couple wishes lo 
adopt a baby. We offer 
love, security and op- 
portunity to a very special 
baby. Please consider this 
loving alternative to an 
unplanned pregnancy by 
calling collect (3)2)869- 
8961. 

68-25-67 

NOVENA PRAYER- May 

the Sacred Heart of Jesus 
be praised, honored, 
adored, and glorified 
throughout the world now 
and forever. Most Sacred 
Heart of Jesus, I put my 
trust in you. Holy Mary 
mother of Jesus, pray for 
me. St. Joseph. Guardian 
of Jesus, pray for me. St. 
Therese of the child Jesus, 
pray for me. St. Jude of 
Hopeless Cases, pray for 
me. St. Anthony of lost 
things, pray for me and 

?|rant me this favor I osk 
mention favor here). 
Thank You. Amen. (Repeat 
9 times a day for 9 days, 
then promise publication. 
The Novena works.) M.M. 
6824-95 



LOSER WANTED. Lose up 
to 29 pounds, inches, 
collulito this month. Doctor 
recommended on TV. Free 
Shipping. I've lost over 50 
pounds myself I (612)653- 
1126. 

68-24-25 



M1STERCMD 

No one refused, regardless of 
credit history! Also ERASE bad 
credit Do it yourself. 

Co* UIMtt-UM 

Eitctiimn 



Happy Birthday 

John 



G 






(SrhinHler 
Welter 



10 i ears 
OLD 

nt r inn 



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SIAMESE CAT- long hair, 
male, black leather collar. 
Namo is Corona. In 
Gurnee area, 5-29-88. Call 
Lisa (312)249.9966, leave 
message. Reward. 

69-25-6 




FOUND* Large orange 
longhair cat in Lake Villa 
June 1st. Call (312)356- 
7217. 

70-24-44 




SOMEONE TO SHARE- 
ride to stale of 
Washington. I will pay gas. 
lodging and some food. 
Will be using my vehicle. 
(312)587-1069 after 4 p.m. 
75-24-38 




BAYLINER ' BOAT- 25'. 
stand up cabin, sleeps 6, 
many, many extras from 
fishing gear to a swim 
platform, best offer. 
(312)639.8088 or (815)344- 
6339. 

76-24-87 — 

CHRIS CRAFT CAVALIER- 

25' wood. 1965, recon- 
ditioned 1986. engine 
rebuilt 1987. Good con- 
dition, some cabin top 
work needed. $2800. 
(312)587-1400. leave 

message. 

.76-25-5 

HURRICANE FUN OECK- 

1987 22'. 205 hp OMC 
Cobra stern drive, power" 
steering, full mooring 
cover. 24-gollon tank, sun 
deck and more! Excellent 
condition. Call Pete at 
(312)3830665. 

76-TF24 

GODFREY 16* PONTOON- 

1987. 15 horsepower 
motor. $2900. (312)508- 
0747 

76-2462— 

HOBIE CAT- 16/ 

catamaran, excellent sails, 
with trailer. $1975. 
(312)546-7746. 

76-24-56 

GLASTRON TRI-HULL- 

1978 16' with 1978 Johnson 
85 hp outboard, rarely 
used, $2200. Speedway 
Marine (312)3955779 or 
(312)798-1161. 

76-24-58 



We Turn 

Unused 

Items 

To 

CASH 

(312)223-8161 

Sell Them 
in 

Lakeland's 
CLASSIFIEDS! 

(312)223-8161 



BOAT 

COLLECTORS 

ITEM 

For sale by original 
owner 1965 CHRIS 
CRAFT-SEA SCIFF. 
327 -V8 engine. Well 
maintained, good run- 
ning condition. Inside 
winter storage. Used 
exclusively on Chain- 
O-Lakes. 

For More Information 
Call: 

(312)356-7216 
After 6p.m. 

Serious 
Inquiries Only 



DODGE VAN- 1980. 
automatic transmission, 
power steering, power 
brakes, AM/FM radio, 
good condition, $2200. 
(312)623-4582 aftor 4 p.m. 

78-24-80 

1 TON CHEVY VAN- 1971, 

Cower steering, power 
rakes, $850. New rear 
tiros, "beater" condition 
but runs GREAT I (312)356- 
8480. 

1_78-24-84 

VW VANAGON GL- 1985, 
air conditioning, automatic 
transmission, AM/FM 
stereo cassette, 

Weekender package, floor 
mots front and back. 
Excellent condition. 
(312)356-1584. 

78-24-60 

DODGE RAM- 1985 mini 
cargo van, low mileage, 
vory clean, best offer, 
must sacrifice. (312)433- 
4248or (312)291-0547. 

78-24-88 

DODGE SPORTSMAN- 
1978 van. 360 V-B. 
w/travel seat package, 
dual air conditioning, new 
trans., tires, paint, very 
clean. $2600 (312)526-5429. 
.78-24-93- 



CHRYSLER 3*3 OR 440 
ENGINE WANTED- Must 
be a good runner. Would 
prefor lo seo motor run. 
(312)587-8670ofter6p.m. 
- — 82-TF-101 ._ 

CORVETTE- 1970, My son 
wrecked car. The car will 
bo sold for parts on June 
25th at 12:30 to highest bid 
over $1500. May be seen, 
17943 Chippewa Rd.. 
Wildwood. IL. 

82-26:12 



84 FOREIGN AUTOS 
FOR SALE 



DATSUN 210- 1980, new 
tiros and rims, runs, needs 
minor transmission work. 
$650 or offer. (312)546- 
7130. 

84-24-81 

VOLKSWAGEN RABBIT- 
1980, good condition, 
$1650.(312)526-9356. 

84-24-86 





SUZUKI GS 450 LX- 1982. 
new tire and battery. Good 
beginners bike. $650 or 
best. Call Kevin (312)244- 
2722 after 5 p.m. 

79-25-10 

750 HONDA CHOPPER- 

836 Kit. newly rebuilt, 
custom frame 8 point, 
$2000.(312)360-9151. 
79 -24 -63 




CHEVY. FORD PICKUP 

Bodies, factory new, 
guaranteed from $1300. 
Doors $98, fenders $48. 
beds $880.- Bumpers, 
grilles, dashes. and 
abrasives. All popular 
cars, trucks, vans. Mark's 
(217)824-61 84 Visa/MC. 
82-24-22 



1*46 FORD COUPE- Stock, 
rebuilt engine; new 
wiring, tires and brakes, 
$4200.(312)382-5328. 

85-24 -79 

PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 
WAGON- 1978. fully 
loaded, runs but needs 
valve job. $750. (312)249- 
4443. 

85-25-69 

DODGE DAYTON A- 1985. 
air conditioning, cruise, 
tilt. AM/FM cassette, rust- 
proofed and garage kept. 
Great condition, best 
offer. (31 2) 546-2990. 
t 85-24-82 

PONTIAC GTO- 1969, mint 
condition inside & out. 
over $15,000 invested in 
car, $7000 or best offer. 
(312)5664228. 

85-24-83 

PONTIAC SUNBIRD 2000- 

1984 hatchback, red, 
automatic sunroof, $4900. 
FIBERGLASS BOAT- 18'. 85 
hp motor, trailer, $1250. 
KAWASAKI 250 CSI- 1982 
road bike/ less than 300 
miles. $695. (312)395-0988. 
: — 85-24-68 

2 FLEETWOOD LIMOS. 

need to sell. (312)546-1669. 
85-24-89 



OLDS CUTLASS- '1979. 

small V-8, just painted, no 
rust, new brakes, exhaust 
and alignment, tinted 
windows, looks and runs 
excellent, $1500. (312)360- 
9151. 

85-24-64 

PONTIAC GRAND PRIX- 
1982, many oxtras, nice 
car, $3800 (312)356-5821. 

85-24-65 

LINCOLN MARK VII- 

academy blue, $7000. 
Call evenings (312)546- 
8449. 

85-24-85 

PONTIAC FIREBIRD- 1983, 
5 speed, rear defroster. 

Cower steering, power 
rakes. $5500 or best 
offer. (312)680-7034. 

85-24-55 

OLDS FIRENZA- 1984, 
AM/FM stereo, sunroof, 
new tires, excellent 
condition, $4300. Call Tim 
(312)336-6500 or (312)623- 
2241: 

85-24-62 

MERCURY COUGAR- 

1985, 2 door, automatic. 

Cower steering and 
rakes, till wheel, digital 
dash, oir conditioning, 
bucket seats with 6 way 
driver's seat, power 
windows and locks, V-6 
with fuel injection, cruise 
control, sport wheels. 
Charcoal exterior with 
burgundy velour interior. 
Extra Clean car with 54,000 
miles, $5800. Call (312)587- 
8670 after 6 p.m. 

— . 85-TF-49 

DODGE ASPEN- 1980, 
29,000 miles, runs good, 
some rust, $2000 or make 
an offer. (312)223-0871 
after 7 p.m. 

85-24-40 

DODGE OMNI- 1982, 
clean, excellent condition, 
runs well. Automatic, 
power steering, 91.600 
miles. $1500. (312)356- 
2230. 

85-24-39 

OLDS CUTLASS- 1979 4- 
door. power steering, 
power brakes, air con- 
ditioning. AM/FM stereo, 
rear defroster. Good 
condition, 52.200 miles. 
$1500 or best offer. 
(312)359-3490after6p.m. 
85-TF-96 

DODGE CORNET 500- 1970 
convertible. Limited 
production car with all the 
options. Car has had 
professional restoration 
and looks & drives great. 
$4500. Call for specifics 
(31 2)587-8670 after 6 p.m. 
: 85-TF-10O- 



FORD LTD - 1985 wagon, 
loaded. $7850. (414)843- 
3505 after 2 p.m. 

85-TF-24 

CHEVY CAMARO-1985. 
V6, automatic, air, power 
steering & brakes, AM/FM 
stereo. Must sell, $6400 or 
best offer. (312)546-5809 
after 6p.m. 

85-TF-66 

BUY GOVERNMENT 
SEIZED VEHICLES-From 

$100. Fords, Chevys, 
Corvettes, etc. For inlo call 
(602)842-1051. Ext. 2168. 
85-24 36 

CHRYSLER LoBARON- 

1983 convertible, red with 
while top, excellent 
runner, no rust. Air. power 
windows, power brakes 
and steering, AM/FM 
stereo. A great buy now, 
just in lime for a hot 
summer! $5250 or best 
offbr. (312)587-4604 after 6 
p.m. 

85-TF-64 



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